High Holiday Attendance Form - Fall 2019
Rosh Hashanah Services (Monday, September 30, 2019 begins 2:30pm) & Yom Kippur Services  (Wednesday, October 9, 2019 begins 2:30pm) in the Berlin Chapel on the Brandeis University Campus. You can park on Loop Road or in the Red Parking Lot (the Hassenfeld Lot).    
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What is your first and last name? *
Email: *
Phone (indicate home/cell and best number to reach you if we have any questions) *
City/Town *
Please list all other names of those to attend services (both first and last name) *
If applicable, please share the age(s) of your child/children?
We plan to attend Rosh Hashanah Services (Monday, Sept. 30, 2018 at 2:30pm)? *
We plan to attend Yom Kippur Services (Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2018 at 2:30pm) *
How did you hear about BJEP? (If a BJEP Family, please write Current BJEP Family.)  If you used an internet browser, what words did you use to search? Please be specific. *
If a friend referred you, please list their name so we may thank them. If you found us online, please list the website name (JewishBoston.com, Boston Central, Interfaith Families, Brandeis, Wicked Local, Boston.com, Keshet, Patch, etc.) or which listserv (ie. Arlington Jewish List, Gardenmoms, etc.). Or, if you used an internet browser, what words did you use to search? Please be specific to help us improve our reach to the Jewish community (e.g., Sunday school, Hebrew school, high holiday services Brandeis).
Ticket Price is $136 per BJEP family and $180 per non-BJEP Family. Payments accepted on-line, using BJEP’s dedicated Donation button (using either Paypal or a credit card) or bring a check payable to ‘BJEP’ to the service. Donate here:  www.bjep.org/donate 
Questions? Please contact
BJEP Director Cantor Jeri Robins at director@bjep.com or (781) 386-7278.
BJEP Administrator & Engagement Coordinator, Adina Davies at adina@bjep.com.
Are you interested in learning more about Parenting Through a Jewish Lens, a parenting class begin offered in partnership with Hebrew College, which starts November 10th and takes place during BJEP?  
A class that meets for 6 weeks during BJEP. Explore compelling Jewish texts and traditions while sharing stories and ideas about raising children. Free babysitting available! Topics covered: Towards Joyful Parenting, Infusing Our Lives with Meaning, Finding Peace in Our Home, Shabbat: A Time to Reconnect and Recharge, Parenting for ResiliencyHopes and Dreams for Our Children.
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