I hate to say it, but it feels like the summer is almost over.
School is around the corner. As are the High Holidays.
But if you’re new to town, or just new to thinking about attending High Holiday services — don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. We have MetroPass.
MetroPass, in its fifth year, is a collaboration between our Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ and more than 30 synagogues. Together we’re giving complimentary High Holidays tickets to anyone new to town or new to shul (synagogue). We’re doing this because we want to encourage greater participation and help to lower the barriers to entry.
We’re working closely with our synagogue partners and our local partner agencies to be as welcoming as possible. Local agencies and federation departments will be providing “welcome coupons,” inviting newcomers to take part in programs they offer (often at a discount). Some will be providing information about volunteer opportunities or ways to get involved and engaged in Jewish life in GMW.
Click here for more information about this program.
And enjoy the rest of the summer.
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