Q: Are Park Avenue Synagogue High Holiday services in person or virtual this year?
A: Both: Park Avenue Synagogue is offer all members who worship in the Sanctuary, Lower Level and Fifth Avenue. Members must be in good standing to participate during in-person services. Vibrant virtual experiences will continue to be offered for all services with the exception of Youth and Teen services and programming.
Q: Will I need to register to attend services?
A: No. Registration will not be required to attend services.
Q: Will Park Avenue Synagogue offer youth services?
A: Yes! Young Family Education and the Family Service will be offered in-person. A detailed schedule of services will be available soon.
Q: Who can participate in Park Avenue Synagogue High Holiday services?
A: Only members in good financial standing and who are vaccinated against COVID-19 will be eligible to receive tickets for in-person services. A full schedule of offerings will be available here later in the summer. Many of our virtual experiences will be open to everyone with internet access through PAS CONNECT!
Q: What are Park Avenue Synagogue's plans for COVID-19 testing and vaccine verification?
A: All members eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine entering any Park Avenue Synagogue service space will have to provide proof of vaccination. Full vaccination, including boosters, are required.
Q: Am I able to purchase a guest or reciprocal ticket for my family member or friend who is not a current Park Avenue Synagogue member?
A: A limited number of guest tickets for High Holidays services is now available via this link!
Q: Which mahzor do you use on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur?
A: The mahzor we use during High Holidays is called Mahzor Lev Shalem, and it’s published by the Rabbinical Assembly. You can purchase through their website.