High Holiday Tickets

 

Tickets are available for all members as follows, based on the category of membership

Basic Membership: $500

A basic membership covers an individual plus partner, if applicable, and children under 25 years old.

Expanded Membership: $800

An expanded Membership includes a Basic Membership plus High Holiday tickets for additional family members (including children age 25 and older, siblings, parents, etc.) provided that the additional family members are not themselves home owners or renters on Fire Island. If the additional family members are home owners or renters, they should take out their own Basic Membership. If you do not take out an expanded membership, your visiting family members, including children age 25 and older must take out a Basic Membership to attend High Holiday services.

NOTE: If you don't already have a Basic or Expanded Membership click here to purchase one.

Non-Fire Islander Guest High Holiday Memberships

We encourage all people attending High Holiday services to choose one of the above membership categories. However, if you are neither a homeowner nor a renter on Fire Island and are not amenable to taking out a full membership, you are eligible for one of the following guest High Holiday memberships

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Guest Membership: $360

Membership covers an individual plus partner, if applicable, and children under 25 years old.

Rosh Hashanah Guest Membership: $250

Membership covers an individual plus partner, if applicable, and children under 25 years old.

Yom Kippur Guest Membership: $250

Membership covers an individual plus partner, if applicable, and children under 25 years old.

Note: Non-Fire Islander Guest High Holiday Memberships are not available for individuals who own or rent a home on Fire Island.

Note: Since most of our members also belong to other synagogues on the main land we are unable to offer reciprocal memberships.

Note: Payments for $360 and $250 can be made on the Contribution Page and notes can be made in the space for “in honor of”