Info for High Holy Day Registrants

This page is for individuals who have already registered for High Holy Day services. If you have not yet registered, please do so here. 

Thank you for registering for High Holy Day services!

If you registered for online services:

  • Livestream links were sent out Friday, Sept. 23 and Sunday, Sept. 25 from Yolanda Potasinski. If you registered after that, you should have received it via your confirmation email after registering. We will also resend the livestream information on Sunday, October 2 and Tuesday, October 4. 
  • This link will be the same for all the Main Services of Yom Kippur taking place at Masonic Hall.
  • Families with Children services taking place at CBST are livestreamed via a different link, which will also be shared in the same email.  

If you registered for in-person services:

QR Code Tickets
  • QR code tickets for Kol Nidre, Yom Kippur Day, and Yom Kippur Evening will be emailed out Sunday, October 2, by 1 p.m. ET. Please make sure to double check your spam, junk, and promotions folders. 
  • You will receive a separate QR code for each service you registered for.
  • Hold on to these emails and be ready to present them at the door when you arrive, either with your phone or device, or print and bring paper copies of the code(s) to be scanned by CBST staff at check-in.
  • Other guests in your party who were registered on the same form with a valid email address will also receive the group’s ticket(s) via email.
  • Your QR code email will also contain the livestream info, should you or one of your guests be unable to attend in person. 
  • CBST Main Services will take place at Masonic Hall at 46 West 24th Street, between 6th and 5th Avenues, with an accessible entrance at 71 West 23rd Street for those with mobility impairments.  
  • Families with Children Services run concurrently at CBST, 130 West 30th Street, for children  accompanied by their grownups. These are not drop-off services; children must attend with adult supervision.
  • Services begin promptly at their start times. Please plan to arrive at least 45 minutes prior to service start times to allow time for check-in. 
  • Seating is first-come, first served. Seats will not be held for late arrivals. If the main hall reaches capacity, seating will be available in our adjacent livestream space.
  • View the full schedule, including all service start times. 
A Healthy New Year 
  • All in-person attendees who are eligible are required to be fully vaccinated and must wear a mask at all times while inside the building.
  • Please review our health and safety guidelines for High Holy Days.
  • If you have not sent us your vaccination record, or are unsure if you have sent it to us, please do so here
High Holy Day Torah Service Honors
  • We are trying something new this year during each Torah service when we joyfully acknowledge all who contribute to the success of our community in so many different ways. Learn more »

Please let us know if your plans to attend in-person change by emailing