TICKETS FOR 2017 ARE NOW CLOSED! PLEASE CONTACT THE SYNAGOGUES DIRECTLY ABOUT TICKETS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT SPECIFIC SERVICES; IF YOU PURCHASED A TICKET IT WILL BE AVAILABLE AT WILL-CALL AT THE SERVICE.
In DC for the High Holy Days and need to find services? Look no further, EntryPointDC has all the tickets you need!
EPDC is partnering with local congregations in DC, Maryland, and Virginia to make your ticket acquisition process easier– and less painful on your wallet.
Use the menu above to help find the congregation that is right for you! Please use the menus and not the search bar as it may take you to a page from last year. If you see a synagogue crossed out that means we have not heard back from them yet about selling tickets this year. We will be continually updating this page once we get information from the synagogues.
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A $5 administrative fee has been added to each ticket.
Be sure to note if the tickets you are buying will be available at will call or mailed to you.
Rosh Hashanah begins Wednesday, September 20 at sundown and ends the evening of
Friday, September 22.
Yom Kippur begins Friday, September 29 at sundown and ends the evening of Saturday, September 30.
Online-Only Ticket Sales Closing Times
Rosh Hashanah: Thursday, September 14
Yom Kippur: Monday, September 25
Ticket sales for all congregations mailing paper tickets will close for ALL services on Monday, September 11. After this date, please contact the synagogues directly.
Questions? Problems? Email Stacy or call 202-777-3207. Contact Stacy about questions related to our ticket pages; contact synagogues directly for questions about services.
Already know which congregation you’re looking for? Use the links to the right to jump directly to the ticket purchasing page.
This service is for young professionals between the ages of 21 and 39. If you are over 39, please contact JConnect at (301) 770-4848.
If you have questions about tickets for children or other family members, please contact the synagogue directly.
Some congregations have additional age restrictions and/or may require proof of identification and age. It is your responsibility to be aware of these restrictions.