Membership

Our membership is now full.  Please contact the office if you would like to be placed on our waiting list.

Should you have any questions regarding any aspect of the Congregation, services, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, or the religious school, we will be pleased to assist you.  

Contact office1@congregationhabonim.org

Through the years, Congregation Habonim has become:

* A place to worship regardless of age, gender, background, country of origin or persuasion
* A welcoming community
* A sanctuary for children and adults to learn
* A sanctuary to perform mitzvot
* A place that provides a sense of community spirit and support for the State of Israel

If you are recently married, planning to get married, or have just started a family and are looking for an affordable and inclusive community that is in touch with the realities of modern Jewish life, we would like to talk with you.

If you are uncertain about becoming a member of Congregation Habonim at this time, please join us at any of our monthly Friday night Shabbat services or at any of our programs and events.

 

Annual Fees (January to December)

  • Single (1 person only) – $525.00
  • Family – Partners plus children up to and including the age of 25 – $1050.00

Membership fees are non refundable.  We do not prorate.   Membership includes tickets for the High Holy Day services.

Young Adult Membership 

We have instituted a new Young Adult Membership for those aged 26 to 30. This is a single member category with a fee of $250. The current Family Membership covers children up to age 25. This new Young Adult Membership allows an easier transition from member’s children being part of a Family Membership to them becoming a full Single or Family Member in their 30s.

Keep in mind that all membership fees and any additional donations are fully tax deductible.

Tax Receipts for 2017

All 2017 receipts will be emailed out in Feb 2018.

If you have any further questions regarding membership, please contact:                        

 office1@congregationhabonim.org

 

Tue, December 12 2017 24 Kislev 5778