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Congregants, ages 19 and older, will automatically be mailed a pass valid for entry to most High Holy Days services, as long as they are in good standing. Tot, Learners’, and Alternative Services require special passes and may be reserved below. 


Guest Passes for Relatives

Congregants in good standing may purchase guest passes for family members here. Guest passes can be picked up at the synagogue during office hours on or after September 5th or at the Will Call tent during the High Holy Days.


Community Passes 

We encourage NSCI congregants to invite their friends to these services. Passes can be picked up at the synagogue during office hours on or after September 5 or at the Will Call tent during the Holy Days. Community passes can be purchased here.


Special Services


Friday, September 15th, 4:30–5:30 pm, Lake Shore Country Club Beach.


Join us for a family-friendly outdoor experience to reflect individually and as a family on the past year, “casting off” that which we wish to leave behind through the Jewish ritual of casting off crumbs into the water. This program is open to both NSCI congregants and non-congregants. Register here.



We had an overwhelming amount of interest in this years Tot High Holy Day services, so we have added an additional Tot service to Rosh Hashanah Day 1 and Yom Kippur. Your Tot passes will provide you with access to either the 9:00 or 10:15 am services. To request Tot Passes, register here. In addition, we encourage you to attend Family Tashlich (details and registration link above). If you are a NSCI congregant, please log-in to your account before registering.


Alternative Services

Sunday, September 24th, 5:30 pm (Yom Kippur)


This service, located in Perlman Sanctuary, is open to congregants and requires a  separate pass. Passes are limited and will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. This service is designed for worshipers seeking a more intimate, contemplative prayer experience. Tickets for the Alternative Service may be reserved here.


Learners' Service

Monday, September 25th, 11:30 am (Yom Kippur)


In this service, explanations and teachings will be offered throughout the experience to help worshipers achieve greater understanding of the meaning behind the High Holy Day service liturgy and design. Reservations are required due to limited seating capacity and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Register here.



NSCI welcomes congregants of other URJ/WUPJ congregations from throughout the Reform Movement through the Reciprocal Congregant Agreement. Please visit for more information. NSCI congregants may also request passes to other URJ/WUPJ congregations via this link. 

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