Newton Centre, MA Orthodox Synagogue / Shul near Boston, Massachusetts--Membership Dues & High Holiday Seating Request Form
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High Holy Days Seating Request & Membership Dues Form


Please fill in the form below and then click the "Submit" button.
This year, we are having 2 minyan tracks:
--an Indoor Track and
--an Outdoor Early Track
--as well as an Outdoor Shofar Blowing Only.
After you click the "Submit" button, there will be a button that will take you to another form to select how many seats you will need for each Minyan Track and/or Shofar Blowing.

Step #1
First name:
   Last name:
Your email:     phone: 
Please note: if you previously completed this form this year,
and now need to make any subsequent changes (e.g. additional seats),
please complete and submit the entire form all over again from scratch
as your subsequent entry will completely replace your entire previous entry.

 

Step #2
(For a financial adjustment please check here:
We will contact you as soon as possible.)

Choose Number
of Payments

Choose MEMBERSHIP CATEGORY ANNUAL
DUES
FAMILY MEMBER $2,100
SINGLE MEMBER $1,050

Payment
Due Dates

$1,050 DISCOUNTED
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP
(no charge for seats)

FIRST YEAR

$0 SEATS ONLY
(no charge)

FRIEND OF THE SHUL (Local)
(There are no membership privileges in this category)
$1,050
FRIEND OF THE SHUL (non-Local)
(There are no membership privileges in this category)
$525
NO MEMBERSHIP  (High Holiday seats only) $0
AMOUNT DUE ON EACH DUE DATE
 

Step #3

High Holiday Seating Request Form
Please select the total number of seats being requested for both minyan tracks.
If no seats are required please check that box.
This section must be filled out to enable the "Submit" button.

Check here if seats are NOT required this year:  

 

 

PRICE/SEAT 

AMOUNT

Men's seats (adult)
Total for both tracks

each
seats

Women's seats (adult)
Total for both tracks

each
seats

Children's seats
(below age 21)
Total for both tracks

each
M:
seats
F: 
seats

 

Seats Subtotal:


SHOFAR BLOWING ONLY
 

QUANTITY 

 Total number of spaces for men, women & children

spaces

 In lieu of seat purchase, a donation at your discretion  would be appreciated.

Donation Subtotal:

 

Suggestions, Comments, etc:
 

Step #4

Summary of Dues and Seats

Building Fund: Beginning the second full year of membership there is a Building Fund assessment of $2,000 for family members, $1,000 for single members, $500 for Friends of the Shul due over a five year period.
Prior Balance: Payment of prior balance is required in order to acquire seats.

AMOUNT

Dues Subtotal

Seats Subtotal

Donation in lieu of seat purchase
(For those coming to hear the Shofar blowing only)

 

Prior Balance
(Please refer to your mailed statement for proper amount)

 

Building Fund Installment
(Please refer to your mailed statement for proper amount)

 

Security assessment

TOTAL DUE
If you've made special arrangements with the shul, your total will be adjusted by the bookkeeper.


Step #5

The last step is to please complete the detailed seating request form which you will receive in a customized link appearing on your screen after clicking the "Submit" button below. 

             

(To enable "Submit" button,
please complete Step #3)