2016-2017 Congregation B'nai Brith Dues and High Holiday Ticket Payment Form

Your dues sustain Congregation B'nai Brith. In paying your dues, please bear in mind that our dues system is predicated on the principle that all of us share in the obligation to support the congregation to the extent we are able, so that the financial burden is equitably distributed and no one is excluded.

Dues paid now cover the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017.


Please list each person in your household. Please indicate which members choose to be counted as voting members as well.

adult 1 –  first name:
last name:
email:
phone:
voting member: Yes No
The email and the phone number are required to process your request. Your telephone number and email address will be used only for synagogue-related purposes. TBB does not sell or share its mailing list.
adult 2 –  first name:
last name:
email:
voting member: Yes No
household –  mailing addr:
city:
state/zip:
child 1 –  first name:
last name:
date of birth: / /
child 2 –  first name:
last name:
date of birth: / /
child 3 –  first name:
last name:
date of birth: / /
child 4 –  first name:
last name:
date of birth: / /

membership duesSustaining Amt.Dues Range
Individual $1,105$1,000-$2,340
Household $1,781$1,580-$3,400
Special Arrangement Contact Lisa Gregerman or Rabbi Eliana
No membership - tickets only n/a

Sustaining Amount: For individuals and for households, this is the amount we need (on average) to meet our expenses.

Dues Range: We recognize that for some members, the sustaining amount may be too great a reach, while others can afford to pay more than that amount. Payments of more than the sustaining amount, by those who are able, helps keep our congregation open to all regardless of means.

Please contact our executive director, Lisa Gregerman, or contact Rabbi Eliana, to make arrangements for dues below the dues range. No one is expected to pay more than they are able.

Your membership payment: $       

High Holiday Tickets

Congregation B'nai Brith has a long tradition of providing an inclusive and affordable environment for Jewish learning and prayer. Holiday ticket sales allow us to support this tradition. We welcome everyone, regardless of their ability to contribute financially.

Assigned seats are available on request for those with special needs. Open seating will be available for all other ticket holders. Child care is available during parts of the services; see child care information at the bottom of this page.

Please provide your name and contact information in the membership section above (even if you're not becoming a member at this time).


number of
adult members: ($180 each)
adult guests/non-members: ($280 each)
Youth tickets (sanctuary seats for children under 13): ($40 each)

Child care

Child care is available for both member and non-member families.

number of children:
Rosh Hashanah day 1, 10:45 am-1:00 pm
Kol Nidre, 6:00 pm-10:00 pm
Yom Kippur, 10:45 am-1:30 pm (or end of yizkor service)
Donation for child care: $


Family services


We greatly appreciate your generous contribution to support our family services: $


Donations

Donations are an important supplement to the membership dues. [Learn more about donation categories]

  1.   $
    Comments (occasion, in honor of, in memory of, etc.):

  2.   $
    Comments (occasion, in honor of, in memory of, etc.):

  3.   $
    Comments (occasion, in honor of, in memory of, etc.):

Thank you

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