Membership is not required to attend Shabbat davening.  For 2019, neither membership nor a ticket is required to attend High Holiday services.


              Those who wish to support Kehillat Etz Chayim may do so by becoming a member or by making a contribution in support of High Holiday programming.  Please see below for membership and High Holiday support opportunities, and please see our “Support” page for other opportunities to support the shul.


General Member                          $1,000


              General membership will provide the head(s) of a household with full membership, including the right to vote as members of Kehillat Etz Chayim.   General membership  will entitle the members and their children under the age of 25 to attend High Holiday services.


Sustaining Member                      $1,800


              Sustaining members are general members who desire to further support Kehillat Etz Chayim by including with their membership dues an additional contribution of $800.  Sustaining members will have as an added benefit the opportunity to dedicate two Shabbat kiddushes.


Associate Member                        $500


              Associate members are non-voting members of Kehillat Etz Chayim who choose to support the congregation and become part of the kehilla through a reduced membership rate.  High Holiday tickets may be purchased by Associate Members at a 20% discount.


High Holidays Support


              For 2019, High Holiday tickets are not required. Those who wish to support Congregation Etz Chayim through a contribution supporting High Holiday programming may consider doing so with a contribution of do so with a contribution of $100 per person or $180 per family. 


Additional Support Opportunities


              Contributions of any amount in support of Kehillat Etz Chayim are welcome and appreciated.  Please see our “Support” page for more information.



              If you wish to become a member or otherwise to support Kehillat Etz Chayim but are not in a financial position to do so at one of the published levels, please contact Rabbi Lopatin.

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