As we will be making some changes to ticketing and security, we ask that you read the following carefully. Each congregant and/or attendee over the age of 18 must have their own ticket. This ticket will have your name on it and is non-transferable. The name on the ticket will be connected to a designated QR Code and serial number which must match the name on a valid photo ID. This ticket is good for all services and will be scanned upon your arrival. Please do not forget your valid photo ID!
Children under the age of 18 must accompany their parents/guardian upon arrival. Students over the age of 18 who are still under their family’s membership may request a free Student Ticket in advance showing proof of enrollment with a valid student ID.
Should you wish to give away your ticket(s) to either a particular service or all services, you must submit this request in writing with the name of the recipient and date of service(s) to Joy Orbase, Office Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday, September 25, 2019 for Rosh Hashanah and/or Thursday, October 3, 2019 for Yom Kippur. A new ticket with the name of the person(s) you wish to give your tickets to, will be available for them to pick up at Will Call .
We thank you for your patience and understanding as we take the necessary steps to secure Temple Bat Yahm. If you have further questions regarding this year’s tickets or any of our procedures, please contact Executive Director Mark Gulner at email@example.com or by calling the Temple office at (949) 644-1999.
Please consider carpooling or using a ride share program like LYFT or UBER. We will have a designated pick-up and drop-off area for ride sharing services in the turn- around off Camelback Street.
PARKING & SHUTTLES
You will see an increase in security this year. Their presence is to ensure the safety of all those who come to Temple Bat Yahm. If you see something suspicious or feel uncomfortable, please find the nearest Usher and they will notify our security team.
For security purposes, everyone is asked to enter the Temple for all High Holy Day services and afternoon programs through the main security entrance. Will Call will be inside Packard Hall for you to pick up or obtain tickets to the service.
The line will start at the Main Security Entrance and extend straight past the Annex and the Chaverim Courtyard to the Tucker Lobby (aka The Hub: entrance to the Administrative & JCAL Suites), passing through the Administrative wing and on to the Sonenshine Family Sanctuary Lobby.
Following all Children's & Community Services, everyone is asked to exit the Sonenshine Family Sanctuary through the lobby to the Multipurpose Room in the TBY Preschool and out those doors to the Interior Design Institute parking lot (NO TBY HHD PARKING). If you are staying for the Main Services, please exit to the lobby and you may re-enter the Sonenshine Family Sanctuary by showing your Main Services ticket to the ushers.
All doors except the Main Security Entrance are emergency exits only and cannot be used to gain entry or exit the building for any reason. In order to keep our campus safe, we ask that you keep an eye on your nearest security exit. If you see an exterior door propped open, please close it.
If you leave the service and exit through the Main Security Entrance for any reason, you will need to check back in at Will Call to gain re-entry to that service. This is a safety precaution and we ask for your patience and cooperation.
We have partnered with the Newport Beach Police Department to assist in monitoring our campus for our High Holy Day services. All members of our Security Team are here to ensure our safety, so we ask that you follow their instructions.
The High Holy Days fall on week days this year, so parking will be limited. Parking is prohibited on Jamboree and any illegally parked car will be ticketed and possibly towed. The Post Office parking lot is not available; cars parked there will also be subject to towing. Please obey all the traffic signs as our security cannot locate you during the service in the event a problem should arise.
Erev/Rosh Hashanah Parking is available on Camelback Street, as well as shuttle service from Calty Design (by Liberty Baptist Church at Bison & Celtis) and Bonita Creek Park (at University & La Vida). Circle of Honor Members will have parking in the TBY lot.
Kol Nidre/Yom Kippur Parking is available on Camelback Street, as is our shuttle service from Calty Design (by Liberty Baptist Church at Bison & Celtis), Bonita Creek Park EXCEPT KOL NIDRE (at University & La Vida), and Bonita Canyon Sports park ON KOL NIDRE ONLY (at Ford & Newport Hills East off Bonita Canyon). Circle of Honor Members will have parking in the TBY lot.
Handicapped Parking is available on a first come, first serve basis to those possessing a valid handicapped hangtag or license plate. Please have your hangtag visible for our Security Team upon your arrival.