Summer is nearly over, and Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner!
It is time to review and update the reserved seating chart for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. According to our By-Laws, each “Synagogue member shall be entitled to one seat for the High Holidays”. We have reserved seats for Full Members so that they can sit with friends and family, and so they can come and go throughout services while being assured that they can return to the same seat. To guarantee that you have a seat reserved for you, please make sure that your dues are paid or that you have a payment plan in place.
If you are a new Full Member this year, we will assign you a reserved seat for the holidays. If you want to sit in a particular location – front, back, side, near a friend or relative please contact Jeff in the office, and we will try to accommodate your preference. If you were a Full Member last year and were satisfied with your seat, you will most likely have the same seat this year. If you would like to change your seat, please contact Jeff in the office at 314-991-2100, ext. 2.
On Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, we will display the reserved seating chart in the lobby, along with an alphabetical cross-reference list to help you find your seat. Before entering the Sanctuary, please find your name and seat number on the cross-reference, and then look up your seat number on the chart to find its location. Greeters will be available to help you if needed.
Visitors, Friends and Associate Members may sit in any of the seats which have not been reserved, and they should refrain from sitting in a member’s reserved seat. Unreserved seats are marked as ‘Available’ on the seating charts.