High Holy Days 5780/2019
Saturday, September 21
8pm • Refreshments
8:15 - 8:30pm • Ma'ariv and Havdallah in the Malkov Chapel
8:30-9:30pm • Learning from Shtisel: Are There Limits to Apologies? with Rabbi Michael Siegel
9:45-11pm • Sanctuary service with choir (Click here to live stream our service)
11-12:30am • Late service led by Rabbi Aryeh Bernstein
High Holy Days Worship Schedule 5780 • 2019
Service times for Sanctuary
Service times for Blum Community Hall
Service times for Malkov Chapel
Memorial Book form for download
Forms most be submitted back to the synagogue office by Friday, September 13.
Young Family Services
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Rosh Hashanah Days 1 & 2 and Yom Kippur • 8:45-9:30am
All are welcome to Anshe Emet’s Young Family High Holy Day services (designed for families with children 5 and under). Tickets are free to first timers. Tickets for returning non-member families are $118 per family for all Young Family High Holy Day Services.
High Holy Day Youth Programming
As always on the High Holy Days, we have youth programming for ages 18 months through 12th grade available to all regular ticket holders (Main Sanctuary, Blum Community Hall and Malkov Chapel).
Youth Programming Schedule
18 month through 8th grade - 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
18 month through 8th grade - 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
9th – 12th grade - 10:30 am – 12:30 pm (Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and Yom Kippur only)
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We look forward to seeing you then. Shana tova! Happy New Year!
Non-Member High Holy Day Tickets (without reciprocity)
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All are welcome to Anshe Emet for the High Holy Days. Non-Member for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are available at a cost of $500 per ticket for seating in our Blum Community Hall. Guest tickets are non-refundable and must be paid via credit card in advance of the High Holy Days. We encourage you to become a member of Anshe Emet to partake in all of the fine programming, classes and worship experiences we offer. If you choose to become a member by December 31, 2018, we will apply the full ticket cost toward your annual membership. We never want fees to prevent anyone from joining and provide financial assistance upon request.
Please contact Amy Karp [email protected] or 773-868-5139 for ticket and membership information.
Parking is available in several locations around the synagogue but must be arranged in advance.
• Parking in the synagogue lot will be reserved for those with a government issued handicap plate or placard.
• The Halsted Flats property just across the street at 3740 N. Halsted St. has parking available on non-Cubs game days (Yom Kippur only) but this must be purchased and printed in advance. You can purchase a guest parking validation HalstedFlats.clickandpark.com.
• Select Validation, then click Next.
• Type Synagogue into the access code box and click Update.
• Select 4 or 10 hour validation (the option with asterik)and click Add to Cart.
• You will be redirected to a Shopping Cart page where you can checkout and then print your validation.
• Entering and Exiting the Garage: Please note that you MUST PRINT your guest parking validation in order to enter the garage! Please place the bar code portion of the validation by the infrared reader located by the red screen area. Once the validation is read by the entry station a ticket will be dispensed. This ticket is used to exit the facility. If you exceed the purchased period of time the exit station will request additional payment
• For other parking options (not at Halsted Flats), visit www.SpotHero.com to help find individual spots in the area. You will need to do this well in advance.
Ride Sharing / Taxi Information:
The easiest way to get to and from the synagogue will be by taxi, or ride sharing services such as Uber or Lyft. Many of the taxi companies allow for advance reservations and payment. The contact information for several of the taxi companies is listed below:
Flash Cab: 773-561-4444
American United: 773-248-7600
Yellow Cab: 312-829-4222
Blue Ribbon Taxi: 773-878-5400
As a reminder, all persons and bags are subject to search. So that we do not inconvenience you or create long lines at the entry desk, please limit what you bring to the synagogue. Sanctuary ticket holders should enter the building from Pine Grove; Blum ticket holders from Broadway or Grace Street; Malkov ticket holders from Grace Street. Tickets must be presented for entry.