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2019 High Holiday Guest Registration
 

Services are being held at:

Our Lady of the Brook Worship Center (OLB)
3700 Dundee Road, Northbrook

and at

Shir Hadash Synagogue (SH)
200 W. Dundee Road, Wheeling

Please see sidebar of exact times and locations for each service. ⇒⇒⇒⇒

Welcome! We look forward to celebrating
the High Holidays with you!

Please complete the form below to register for High Holiday Guest tickets. There is a section for basic information and to indicate the number of guests, to order prayer books and to register for children's programs. Your selections will be totaled at the bottom and then you can proceed to the payment page.  With our computer system update, you can now pay on this form with a credit card or by bank ACH.

Fields marked with an asterisk are required to complete the form. If you have signed in to Shul Cloud before, you should do that now to make it easier to fill out the form.  If you are not signed into the system you must give us your address, telephone number, and email for your request to be properly processed.

If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us at admin@shir-hadash.org or (847) 498-8218 ext 1.

 


 
Basic Information

Please include your complete mailing address.

Best number to reach you

Make sure to check that this is the correct email

Please select the appropriate level for your first guest. 

 
Additional Guests








 
Prayer Books

Shir Hadash uses the Reconstructionist High Holiday Mahzor. These books are only available for purchase prior to the holidays. We will NOT sell them at services. We do not have enough books for you to borrow one from us.  If you need books, please indicate the quantity below. Two guests can share one book if needed.

Purchased books will be available for pick up at services.


If you were referred by a current member, please enter their name here. If you selected Other, please comment here.


Children's Programming for the Holidays
 
We offer children's programming for Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre and Yom Kipper. It is NOT daycare or babysitting. There is a quiet room for you and your child if needed. Children's programs are appropriate up to age 13, but children are welcome to worship with you if they are quiet. Students who have become a b'nei mitzvah should worship with you as a family.

 

Sat, September 21 2019 21 Elul 5779