- Members are entitled to free tickets for themselves and members of their household who are under twenty-five (25) years of age as of January 1, 2018 or who are full-time students. Parents living with members and married children (regardless of age and where they live) and their spouses, and all children age 25 and over as of January 1, require guest tickets ($60.00 each). There is no charge for children under 25, living at home or returning from college, but they will need tickets.
- Tickets will be mailed in September for adult family members and children between the ages of 6-24 years old. Under age 6 does not need to show a ticket. No registration is needed. Tickets are for the family member named and are not transferable.
Members may obtain tickets for house guests at a cost $60 per person for the holiday period. Guests are defined as children age 25 and older, who are not full-time students, married children and spouses (regardless of age and where they live) and people who live outside the Washington Metro area. Parents who live with members or outside the Washington Metro area also require guest tickets. All guest tickets must be paid in full before the office mails them. You can mail in a paper copy for your guest tickets or order guest tickets online:
- order guest tickets (please note all credit card payments will incur a 2% surcharge)
Out-of-town guests who are members in good standing of a congregation affiliated with United Synagogue may request courtesy tickets. Their congregation must send, fax, or email to Melissa Benson a letter stating they are members in good standing and will not be attending High Holy Day Services at their home synagogue. We also need to know the member that is hosting the out of town guest so that we can mail the tickets to the correct household.
Fax: 703-425-0835, or email to Melissa (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Family members and friends who do not match the criteria above, can obtain tickets at a cost of $500/adult, $65/child 13 years and older. Military personnel and full-time college or graduate students may receive tickets at no charge upon presentation of their ID to the office. For a non-member form, click here.
On both days of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur, there will be several age appropriate services for preschoolers through sixth grade. All children will be invited to hear the sounding of the shofar. The schedule for children’s services will be sent separately.
Child Care (18 months - Pre - K)
Cost: $20/child/day, $50/family max/day.
All children must be signed in and out by an adult. No walk-ins will be accepted to ensure adequate staffing. RSVP by September 4, by completing the on-line child care form -
childcare registration (please note all credit card payments will incur a 2% surcharge).
Moadon Yom Tov
(Care for Children in K-5th Grade)
Pre-registered children will be supervised by professional caregivers immediately following youth services, which will conclude at 11:30am. Snacks will be provided. There is no fee* for Moadon Yom Tov, however, pre-registration is required by September 4, by completing the on-line Moadon child care form.
*If you would like to help support youth programming throughout the year at Olam Tikvah, please consider making a donation to the Robert Natkin Education Fund (please note all credit card payments will incur a 2% surcharge).
Questions: Debra Beland Ackerman
703-425-3237 or email@example.com