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High Holydays Reservations 5784 for Non-Members

Welcome to CDT's High Holydays 5784 Registration!

Please note: Guests who register after 12:00 pm on Friday, September 22 will not have a name tag waiting for them at Yom Kippur services, but we still very much look forward to welcoming you, and we will have blank "GUEST" name tags available as your ticket.  

We look forward to welcoming you to our High Holydays programs this year, both in person at Gann Academy and via livestreaming. Please complete this form as soon as possible; after your responses are submitted, you will receive a confirmation email from our office. 

Please note that seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis — we expect that all seats will be filled. 

Visit our High Holydays webpages for our COVID policies, programming details, and accessibility information. 

It costs us approximately $45,000 to bring our High Holydays services to the community (including rent, equipment rental, technology, food, security, and children’s programming), not including CDT staff time. While CDT membership dues include attendance at High Holydays for adult members, we kindly ask for contributions for non-member partners, adult children of members, close relatives, and from our non-member guests.

We are so happy to offer high-quality programming, childcare, and food for the children in our community; to help offset these costs, we ask families participating in children’s programming to contribute towards the cost of it. 

Please contact us at with any questions. Thank you! 

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Households choosing to become members of Dorshei Tzedek by October 31 have the opportunity to apply their adult High Holydays fees to their first year's dues.
It is vital that our service leaders and childcare providers know how many children will be in attendance so that we can prepare adequate staffing and adult-to-child ratios!
It is vital that our service leaders and childcare providers know how many children will be in attendance so that we can prepare adequate staffing and adult-to-child ratios!
Below are the suggested contribution levels for each type of ticket: 

However, we recognize that life circumstances and our suggested contributions are not always compatible, and the amount that corresponds with your ticket type may be too high or too low for your household. Using both charts as a reference, please type in the amount that that best fits your current situation — you can contribute the suggested amount, select from these common sliding scale options, or simply enter any amount that feels right to you. Feel free to go with a lower amount, and if you are able to contribute more, that is very much appreciated!! Those joining via livestream only are also always welcome to contribute whatever amount feels right to you. 
It costs us approximately $45,000 to bring High Holydays services to our in-person and online community, so additional donations are always extremely appreciated! 
Attendee Information for Reservation Nametags

Each attendee will pick up their nametag at the first service they attend (starting with Erev Rosh Hashanah). Your nametag will serve as your ticket throughout High Holyday services. Please fill in the names, pronouns, and ages (if applicable) for each attendee. 

A note about pronouns: 
For many people, not much is thought of the pronouns they use to refer to themselves. However, for people under the transgender/nonbinary/gender-nonconforming umbrella, pronouns can be a major part of their identity and personhood, and being misgendered by being called the wrong pronouns can leave them feeling hurt and alienated. Sharing your pronouns is a great act of kavod (respect) and chesed (loving-kindness) that creates a safe space by normalizing the act of not assuming someone's gender, combating gender stereotypes, and reducing some of the burden of explaining one's identity. 

"Sharing, asking, and using correct pronouns helps maintain shalom bayit (peace in the home) by contributing to an environment where everyone can be comfortable and safe." –Keshet, What's in a Pronoun? 

Please enter your pronouns in the box below (ex. she/her, they/them, they/he, ze/zir, etc.). If you prefer not to share your pronouns, please indicate so by typing in "Choose not to say."
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Inclusion Coordinator Jess Green at
When you click the button below to move to the Payment Page, you may be asked to supply a password. This sets up an account with our website so that we can record your registration and donation.
Fri, December 8 2023 25 Kislev 5784