For the first time ever, Reform Judaism has teamed up with Liberal Judaism in our scheme offering young adults free places at High Holy Day services. This allows the two movements to cover a wider range of synagogue locations and provide more opportunities for students in particular to find Progressively-led services near them.
The scheme allows all 18-27 year old students and young people at participating Reform synagogues and Liberal synagogues the opportunity to attend the High Holy Day services free of charge.
You’ll need to fill out one form for each person who is requesting a ticket.
To ensure you receive your ticket in time for Rosh Hashanah please complete this form by 31 August at 2pm. This form will stop accepting applications on 5 September at 2pm. Applications made between 31 August and 5 September will still be sent tickets but we are unable to guarantee that they will arrive in time for Rosh Hashanah. From 5 September you will need to contact the synagogue you wish to attend directly for any queries about joining their Rosh Hashanah service.
The scheme will re-open at 5:30pm on 9 September until 12 September so those who haven’t already applied can request Yom Kippur service tickets. After this point the form will be closed and you will need to contact the synagogue you wish to attend directly for any queries about joining their Yom Kippur service.
Tickets will be posted in batches as applications are received and the same ticket is valid for all of the High Holy Days for the synagogue you choose to attend.