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High Holidays 5782 - Camp Chickami Services

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Ticket Request Form for OUTDOOR TST High Holy Day Services at Camp Chickami

Welcome to the High Holy Days at Temple Shir Tikva!  This year, we will be offering High Holiday services both indoors and outdoors. Here's a link to the complete schedule of services.

Indoor services will take place in the sanctuary, are vaccination- and mask-only, and require tickets (click here to register for in-sanctuary services). 

All services in the sanctuary will also be livestreamed.


New this year!  Outdoor services will be held at Camp Chickami.  They are free and open to all, but do require pre-registration.  Camp Chickami is located directly behind Temple Shir Tikva.  The camp field offers us a huge, beautiful outdoor venue for celebration.  These services will be held weather-permitting.  In the event of significant rain (hail, locusts, whatever…) the event will be canceled and you may watch the indoor service on our livestream.

Anyone may attend the Chickami service without purchasing a ticket.  We encourage you to bring family and friends.  This is a great opportunity for you to help us reach out to others in the community who are wondering if Shir Tikva is a place for them:  please encourage them to join us to experience the Shir Tikva community for themselves.

For planning and security purposes, we ask that everyone planning to attend pre-register; this will also allow us to more easily contact you in the event of event changes.

Please plan to bring your own chairs or blanket: no seating will be provided.  Consider dressing comfortably for an outdoor service.  The field is accessible only by a short walk through a little wooded but slightly uneven path.


Please try to register by August 31 for your preferred service; we will use registration information to adjust schedules in case conditions change.
 

Please specify how many tickets you will need for services at Camp Chickami?

Please indicate below how many people will be attending which services:

B'YACHAD ("together") family-style services are interactive service for everyone, especially geared for families with children in grades 3-7. (Note that in previous years, this was offered as our Early Morning Family Service.)

YELADIM ("children") services are especially for families with children ages 0-6. Join us as we sing, dance, and pray together. 
   C3 - Yom Kippur: B'Yachad Morning Service - Sept. 16 @ 11:30 am - 14 of 625 Left
   C4 - Yom Kippur: Yeladim Service - Sept. 16 @ 3:30 pm - 312 of 500 Left

All guests who attend attest that they will not attend the service if any of the following applies within 24 hours of the event:
  • They are experiencing any symptoms such as fever (100.0° and above) or chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, fatigue, headache, muscle/body aches, runny nose/congestion, new loss of taste or smell, or nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
  • They have had “close contact’ with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19 and have not completed the required quarantine period.  CLOSE CONTACT means: They have been within 6 feet of an infected person for a CUMULATIVE total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period.
  • They are currently required to self-isolate or quarantine by their doctor or a local public health official.
  • They will inform the Executive Director if they test positive for COVID-19 within 14 days after attending the service.

On behalf of the all the attendees listed above, this is to confirm that we understand that the worldwide pandemic COVID-19 is extremely contagious and can cause serious illness, even death. We agree to abide by all health and safety rules and regulations established by TST relative to COVID-19. Nonetheless, we acknowledge that TST and its employees, officers, directors, volunteers and agents cannot (i) eliminate the risk that we (and/or our family members) will not contract the coronavirus while at TST and (ii) prevent us (and/or our family members) from becoming exposed to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 while participating in an activity at TST. Accordingly, we hereby assume the risk that we (and/or our family members) could be infected, seriously injured or even die due to COVID-19 or contact with carriers of COVID-19 due to attendance at an activity at TST.
Wed, January 19 2022 17 Sh'vat 5782