Ticket Information

Member Tickets

You must request tickets for each member of your family. Tickets will be provided when at least one third of your 2018-2019 Congregational Commitment has been paid, and there are no outstanding past–due balances. Request tickets here.

Guest Tickets

We welcome your family and friends to High Holy Day services. Guest tickets are $150 per person for the entire holiday, or $75 for each holiday. All are welcome! Due to space considerations, guest tickets are for FAU services only (except for Rosh HaShanah Evening Services, Second Day of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur afternoon services when we celebrate together at Temple Beth El.) If you are a member and are bringing a guest we ask that you attend services with them at FAU.  Request guest tickets here.

Family Participation Tickets

Members must request special tickets for this service. Tickets are included as part of the congregational commitment. Request tickets here.

Adult guest tickets are $150 and student tickets are $75 for children ages 5-13. Tickets can be used at both Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur Family Participation services. Children younger than 5 should attend the Young Children's Service. Family Participation Guest ticket holders are also welcome to worship with us on Erev and Second Day Rosh HaShanah and Yizkor/Ne'ilah at Temple Beth El and on Kol Nidre and Congregational Worship Morning Services at FAU.

High Holy Day Service Locations

  • Members may choose to celebrate services either at FAU or at Temple Beth El.

  • Simultaneous services will be held at the Student Union/Kaye Auditorium at Florida Atlantic University and in the Rabbi Merle E. Singer Sanctuary at Temple Beth El’s Schaefer Family Campus for the first First Day of Rosh HaShanah, Yom Kippur Evening, and Yom Kippur Morning.

  • If you are a member and are bringing a guest we ask that you attend services with them at FAU.

  • Guests who are not members of Temple Beth El must attend services at FAU.

  • Second Day Rosh HaShanah services will take place at Temple Beth El Only.

  • There will be a community Yizkor service (no tickets required) on Yom Kippur afternoon at 4:30 pm in the Cohen Atrium at Temple Beth El.

FAU Parking

Convenient parking has been secured in nearby lots on the FAU campus. Details will be included with High Holy Day tickets.
 

DIRECTIONS, PARKING AND BUS INFORMATION
FAU Student Union/Kaye Auditorium is located on FAU’s Boca Raton Campus at 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431, just east of I-95.

On Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur Day you may park in any available spot in lots 10, 12, 13, 14 or 15. Shuttle buses will run throughout the day beginning one hour before services and will end approximately one hour after services. Pick up will be clearly marked at both the south entrance of the Basketball Arena (directly across from the athletic field house) and at the entrance to the Tom Oxley Athletic Center.  It is also a quick walk east on Volusia Street, crossing over West University Drive and following the covered walkway into the north entrance of the Student Union.

On Yom Kippur Evening (Kol Nidre) you may park in any available spot in any parking lot including the parking garage on Volusia Street (PG1).  If the spot is metered, you must pay for it. There are no shuttle buses.

To get to the lots, enter the main entrance of FAU at Glades Road and 10th Avenue (West University Drive). For lot 15, make your second left.  If lot 15 is full continue to the traffic light at Volusia Street. Make a left onto Volusia and the first right into lot 10.  If lot 10 is full, you may take the third right into lots 12, 13 and 14.

To get to the Volusia garage, enter the main entrance of FAU at Glades Road and 10th Avenue (West University Drive). Turn right at the second traffic light onto Volusia Street.  Make the first left into the garage.  After you have parked your vehicle, exit the garage to the South, cross Volusia Street and follow the covered walkway to the auditorium.
 

Temple Beth El Parking

Temple Beth El Schaefer Family Campus north and south lots will be available for parking. Overflow parking will be available at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church across the street, and Church on the Hill, just north of Temple Beth El. 

Please park in designated parking spots only and observe handicapped and reserved parking signs.

Reciprocity Requests

For Temple Beth El members who will be attending services out of the area, please fill out the Reciprocity Request and we will make the request for tickets on your behalf.