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High Holidays at Northwestern Hillel

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Online ticket sales for High Holidays have now closed. If you would like to attend High Holiday services and have not yet purchased a ticket, we welcome walk-ins! Wishing you a shana tova u'metuka!

L'shana tova from Northwestern Hillel! 


Join friends, family, and a warm and welcoming community as we celebrate the start of 5784 with engaging and uplifting

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services at Northwestern.


We offer excellent Reform and Conservative services, ample free parking, Tashlich on the Lakefill, and more!

Please see the schedule of services and ticket prices below.

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Meet Our Service Leaders

Ticket Information


Ticket Information

We're pleased to welcome full-time university students - at Northwestern or any other university - free of charge and without reserved tickets. Simply bring your University ID.

All others must purchase tickets. Why do we charge for admission?

When you buy a ticket for the High Holidays at Northwestern, you not only attend some of the best services on the North Shore, you touch the lives of hundreds of Jewish students and thousands of Jewish alumni.


Your ticket enables Northwestern Hillel to bring wonderful High Holiday service leaders and also supports our Shabbat dinners, Birthright Israel trips, theater performances, a capella singing, and an exceptional Hillel staff.

Northwestern Hillel is committed to welcoming all to attend our High Holiday services, regardless of their financial situation. To inquire about financial assistance, please call Ronna Belinky at (847) 467-4455; all inquiries will be kept confidential.

We encourage you to consider sponsoring part of our services. Sponsorship opportunities include new machzorim (prayer books); and subsidized tickets for young alumni and other young adults in the Chicago area. To discuss a meaningful contribution, please contact Sara Bogomolny, Northwestern Hillel Development Manager, at

We wish you and your loved ones a New Year filled with sweetness, good health, and joy!

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