Today is October 1, 2016 -
Dear TCS Community,
We hope that you are enjoying your summer! We are looking towards the High Holy Days and are busy planning to usher in 5777 together.
Please note that we have new ticket procedures. In order to ensure the safety of all congregants, we will collect tickets this year at the front entrance for every adult over 18 years old. Members in good standing will receive a personalized set of six tickets for each adult listed on your membership for each service: Erev and each day of Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur morning and afternoon.
We feel that it is more important than ever to be aware of every adult in our building. Please remember to bring your ticket and give it to the ushers at the front door. If you forget your ticket, you will be directed to an individual who will have a list of all members and guests. Even if you know the usher, you will need a ticket or to have your name marked on the list. We kindly ask for your cooperation and patience as we implement this new procedure.
Please complete and return the appropriate form to request tickets for young adult member children aged 18-30 and to purchase tickets for out-of-town family and guests. Members may also purchase tickets for children-in-law (any age), parents and out-of-town family. For our youngest members, we have our Honey Bunch babysitting and advance reservations are a must to ensure appropriate coverage.
These forms should be completed and returned by September 7.
On behalf of Rabbi Wiederhorn, Cantor Cattan, the staff and Board members of TCS, we wish you and your family a New Year filled with joy, good health and peace.