High Holy Days

Getting Your IKARd


Questions about registration options? Here is a summary:

*ID is required for entry into all services to ensure the safety of our community.*

Members: You should have received a personalized link from us confirming that you have IKARds for the HHDs. You can use that link to log in to purchase IKARds for friends or family who aren’t members and sign your kids up for Children’s Programming (if they aren’t already enrolled in Limudim or ECC). We’re happy to have them! If you haven’t joined yet, 5780 membership is open. Join now — your IKARds for this year’s HHDs will be included in 5780 Membership.

Non-Members: If you would like to attend HHDs as a non-member, you can get your IKARd here.

HHD Pricing Chart: Click here for a breakdown of HHD 5780 IKARd Pricing.

Break-Fast: Members & Non-Members, register for Break Fast (separate from general High Holy Day registration) here.

Break-Fast will be on Wednesday, October 9th, 7:05 pm, following Yom Kippur services.


Children’s Programming/Child IKARd: Kids two years of age through 6th grade must be enrolled in Children’s Programming (included with Child IKARd). This program runs concurrent to all of our High Holy Day services and can be purchased as a full package or for individual days. Children’s Programming provides fun, creative, and interactive holiday activities taught by professional teaching staff. Don’t forget to register your children for programming.

Children under the age of two must be with their grownups at all times and may be asked to lap-sit in main sanctuary services.

Limudim and ECC enrollment now includes Children’s Programming..


*Family-Friendly Services: Available at no cost, Family-Friendly Services take place in the Beit Midrash on the third floor and do not include access to the Main Sanctuary. This programming is divided into three sessions grouped by age: K-2, 3rd-6th graders, and our Bite-size Service is appropriate for infants through Pre-K.

Kids with a Child IKARd do not need to register for Family-Friendly Services and will be taken with their group to their age appropriate service. Families are encouraged to join them and encouraged to register in advance.

Children who do not have a Child IKARd and children under the age of two need to register to attend Family-Friendly Services and must be accompanied by their grownups at all times.


*Free Services: There are a few services that you can attend for free in the Main Sanctuary, but you still need to register. These services include Erev Rosh Hashanah (9/29), Rosh Hashanah Day 2 (10/1), and Yom Kippur (Yizkor onward, 10/9 starting at 2:00 pm).


Ezra: No one will be turned away for lack of financial resources. If the contribution rates are beyond your reach, we’re happy to have a conversation about a contribution that would be meaningful and feasible for you. Email membership@ikar.wpengine.com and a member of the staff will contact you.

* All non-members are subject to a one-time, per person nominal administrative fee regardless of which service you are attending, including no-cost services.