Membership 2020-2021 / 5781
Singles and Seniors $1,200
*Includes High Holiday Seats
We are working to ensure safe seating for all of our members on the High Holidays during this COVID-19 crisis.
**25% discount to all new members.
Note: Please go through all eight steps. If you plan on joining the Rothschild Society, you may skip to step # 8 after completing the membership form. Estimated time to complete membership application & payment: 10 minutes. Thank you.
Membership benefits include:
Classes led by and consultations with Rabbi Wyne, Rabbi Anderson, and Rabbi Orlowek & Pastoral Counseling
Use of the shul for lifecycle events.
Unlimited use of our library.
Invitations to Shul classes, events, and programs.
Dynamic Youth Programming.
Reserved seating for members at High Holiday Services.
Affiliation with the NCYI and the OU.
Complete Shabbat and Holiday services and programs.
Step 1. Complete the online membership form
For returning members: You may skip to step 2. If you would like to update your information, you may fill out the form or contact the synagogue office.
Step 2. Mandatory. Add the building fee of $118 to your cart (by clicking on the button below).
Step 3. Mandatory for those with a child/children in the Shabbat morning youth program: Add the Youth Dept. fee of $100 to your cart (by clicking on the button below).
The synagogue spends over $7,000 on the Shabbat & holiday youth groups each year. While the synagogue is still heavily subsidizing this program, a fee of $100 per family is necessary for the synagogue to continue this program. The fee for non-members will be a mandatory $200. If you are already sending monthly donations to the Youth Department, please continue to step 4.
Step 4. Recommended. Please consider contributing toward a new expense in the synagogue’s budget: Armed Security.
In light of recent events the synagogue security consultants & board have advised that the synagogue retain an armed security guard Shabbat morning & holidays. Thank you to those who already contribute to this important cause.
Step 5. Consider joining the Kiddush Club
The synagogue graciously provides a weekly kiddush whether or not there is a sponsor for that week’s kiddush. The Kiddush Club members help to alleviate the kiddush costs. The money collected for the weekly kiddush (standard kiddush is $360) goes entirely to the caterer.
Step 6. Recommended. Kitchen Renovations – Do you like good food? We need a good kitchen.
The synagogue is updating its kitchen to a modern commercial kitchen. Please consider making a one time contribution, so that the synagogue can get this project done before the holidays.
Step 7. Recommended. The number of young families in our community has been growing & we employ Yoetzet Halacha Stacey Goldman. Donate any amount below toward this important initiative.
A Yoetzet Halacha- lit. Jewish Law Consultant, is a woman trained to teach & answer questions from women in the laws of family purity. It is the observance of these sacred laws and preserving the sanctity of the Jewish home that helps to make Las Vegas a city of Torah & Mitzvoth today & for the future.