Welcome

PLEASE NOTE: THE WEBSITE IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING UPDATED FOR 2014 AND IS NOT READY TO PROCESS TICKET PURCHASES. PLEASE CHECK BACK AT THE END OF THIS WEEK (AUG. 23-24.) Dennis's father, Max Prager, passed away peacefully this past Shabbat (Aug. 16) at age 96, culminating a long and extraordinary life. We immediately flew to New Jersey for the funeral and to spend shiva time with family and friends. I will resume work setting up the website upon my return to L.A. later this week. Please don't worry - there will be plenty of time to get your tickets. Thanks for your understanding.

Welcome to Prager High Holidays!

This is the registration site for 2014 High Holiday Services with Dennis Prager. Services are non-denominational and people of every background are welcome.

This year Rosh Hashanah is Sept. 24-25 and Yom Kippur is Oct. 3-4.

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services will be held in Burbank, very close to Burbank Airport.

Dennis will be leading four services:

 1. The first evening of Rosh Hashanah (Wednesday, September 24)

 2. The first day of Rosh Hashanah (Thursday, September 25)

 3. The eve of Yom Kippur -- Kol Nidre (Friday night, October 3)

 4. The day of Yom Kippur (Saturday all day, October 4).

(Please note: We sometimes receive requests to purchase tickets for only the evening or only the day service for one or the other holiday. We regret that we are unable to accommodate such requests because we are obligated to pay the expenses for both the evening and day service. Thank you for your understanding.)

The service times are as follows:

Rosh Hashanah evening service: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Rosh Hashanah morning service: 10:00 am – 1:30 pm

(Please note: There will be no services on the second evening and second day of Rosh Hashanah.)

Yom Kippur Kol Nidre service: 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm (but note that the fast begins at 6:17 pm)
Yom Kippur morning/day service: 11:30 am – 7:00 pm.

Those of you who have been with us in the past know that Dennis remains at services all day on Yom Kippur. In the afternoon during the two-three hour break he is available to talk with you and answer questions about God, faith, religion, Judaism, life – anything except politics. (Dennis's statement on this: "I feel strongly that the High Holy Days not be used as a forum for political advocacy.")

Once you are registered, you will receive information as to the exact location of the service, the times, and other information.

The prices are as follows:
 
$XXX per person for Rosh Hashanah only
$XXX per person for Yom Kippur only
$XXX per person for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Half the above prices for the first minor child accompanied by an adult;
All additional children under 18 accompanied by an adult are free (this is to encourage people to bring their children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, neighbor’s kids).
$XX flat rate for college students (whether they come for one or all four services).

Please note: There is a parking fee of $10 per car, per day that is paid directly to the venue.

It is our goal that these services wil be among the most meaningful of your life. Dennis will be explaining or commenting on almost all prayers and speaking about God, life, and our personal situations. Cantor Michael Freed, along with a small choir and instrumental accompaniment, will lead us in song and prayer.

To register, please click here.