Why did we choose Pilgrim Rest to have in-person HHD Services?
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church is a beautiful facility and a short 19-minute drive from CBI. When we started the planning process for the High Holy Days we were looking for a sacred space that:
– The ability to be together as one congregation.
– Having a sacred space to worship together but also be able to social distance.
– Providing a choice of services, programming, and locations to meet the diverse needs of our congregation.
Many of the venues considered, including Chapparal Christian Church that we have been at for the past 15 years, was either not available or did not meet the needs of our congregation. In addition, we have developed a wonderful and close relationship with the Pilgrim Rest community, and we are honored to share their spiritual home. We believe it is so critical in these times to develop strong relationships and partnerships.
Who made the decision to go to Pilgrim Rest?
The recommendation was provided to the Board of Directors as well as a slate or Past Presidents by Clergy and CCEO.
Will transportation be provided? What is the cost?
For those not comfortable driving to and from Pilgrim Rest, a complimentary shuttle bus will provide transportation between
CBI and Pilgrim Rest. Reservations for each shuttle will be required and available on our website.
SERVICES & PRAYERBOOKS
Will there be virtual services?
All services will be live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook.
Will prayer books be available for those choosing virtual services?
A limited number of Mishkan Hafanesh prayerbook sets will be made available for members to borrow. Prayerbooks can be
checked out from the CBI front desk beginning August 16 th .
As well, the Mishkan Hafanesh prayerbook is available for virtual access or purchase. The link and purchase information
will be provided on our website.
What is the One Voice Family Service and who is it geared toward?
The Family Service on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is an inter-generational service that will be held in the CBI Sanctuary with overflow seating in the Ballroom. It will consist of traditional prayers and celebration as well as music and teachings appropriate for all family members (children ages 7 and above). Reservations will be required.
What is the Tot Yontif Service and who is it geared toward?
The Tot Yontif service on Rosh Hashanah is for young families with children ages birth to 6 years. It will be a wonderful service filled with music and stories. Reservations will be required.
When will we receive tickets?
Tickets will be virtual this year with the introduction of our e-ticketing process. An email will be sent to all Members during the first week of August with instructions on how to obtain your e-tickets through the CBI website.
Can Guest tickets be purchased for Services?
We welcome all guests to join CBI for High Holy Days.
ROSH HASHANAH & YOM KIPPUR | Ticket includes Erev Rosh Hashanah and/or Kol Nidre
A Guest ticket includes access to the evening and daytime services for either Rosh Hashanah OR Yom Kippur.
Our pricing guide is as follows:
FAMILY SERVICES | One Voice Family Service
Rosh Hashanah-Tuesday, September 7, 2pm & Yom Kippur-Wednesday, September 15, 2pm
A Family Guest Ticket may be purchased for a Family Service for $180. This includes immediate family. Extended
family would need to purchase additional tickets.
TOT YONTIF (RH or YK), TASHLICH, HEALING, YIZKOR, NEILAH & HAVDALLAH SERVICES
There is no fee and tickets are not required to attend but, reservations are required.
**Guest Tickets purchased by non-members may be applied toward a New Member Contribution for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
What covid protocols will be in place?
Universal masking will be required at all services for ages two and up. Social distancing seating will be in place for all services.
To attend services at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, you must be fully vaccinated and wear a mask for the duration of the service. Children under twelve years of age (not vaccination eligible), must have a negative Covid-19 test within twenty-four hours (Rapid test), and seventy-two hours (PCR test). Children must be able to stay seated for the duration of the service.
To attend the Healing , Yiskor, or Neilah service, you must be fully vaccinated and wear a mask for the duration of the service. Children under twelve years of age (not vaccination eligible), must have a negative Covid-19 test within twenty-four hours (Rapid test), and seventy-two hours (PCR test). Children must be able to stay seated for the duration of the service.
While we require vaccination, proof of vaccination will not be required.
HIGH HOLY DAY & INFORMATION
When will High Holy Day information be available? Will it be on the website?
All information will be available on the CBI website and in the weekly emails starting August 6th.