By Sharon Aron Baron
Congregation Kol Tikvah has announced preparations for the upcoming High Holy Days.
Starting with Rosh Hashanah on the evening of Friday, September 15, the congregation extends a warm invitation to its members and their loved ones to come together and celebrate a sweet and healthy New Year.
For those who have not yet completed their 2023-24 Membership/Mensch University paperwork, Congregation Kol Tikvah makes registration easy and accessible through its website.
To welcome as many members as possible, tickets for the High Holy Day services are complimentary for those with Kol Tikvah Pillar and Sustainer membership levels. The tickets will cover all members listed on the account. Supporter-level members will be charged an additional $90 per person per ticket. All tickets can be picked up at Will Call before each service.
Guest tickets for family members are also available and can be ordered online.
As the High Holy Days approach, the congregation is taking the time to cherish the living and remember those who have passed away. The Book of Remembrance, a longstanding tradition at Kol Tikvah, offers a way for community members to honor their loved ones. The book will be distributed during the Yizkor Service on Yom Kippur. Members not attending this service can request a copy by calling the Temple office.
This year, the congregation is offering a babysitting service to make the High Holy Days more family-friendly. This service is only available to Temple members and requires pre-registration through an online form. The babysitting program is geared towards children aged 12 months to 3rd grade and will operate from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This service needs a minimum of six children, and walk-ins will not be accommodated.
For further information and to register for the various programs, please visit the congregation’s website or call the Temple office at 954-346-7878. Kol Tikvah is located at 6750 N University Dr in Parkland.
- Sharon Aron Baron is a Parkland resident and editor of Talk Media. She has been covering Parkland news since 2012. Parkland Talk was created to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Parkland.
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