Though each person coming to worship with us will be required to show a ticket, we still want the process of arriving for services to be as seamless as possible—and we believe that by planning ahead, it certainly will be! Here is a quick overview of what to expect when you arrive for High Holy Day services:


As you approach the main entrance, congregants and guests should have their tickets out and in view of our greeters so they can proceed to the Sanctuary. Smooth sailing!

Forgot your tickets at home? Not a problem. There will be a special table to the right of the main entrance for members only. Simply give your name to the Board member or staff person sitting at the table and you can go directly to the Sanctuary. Tables for guests tickets will be on the left.

Seating remains unassigned. If you have accessibility concerns, please contact our Main Office at (310) 377-6986.


At this time of year, it is important that we open our doors to all those who wish to worship with us. In that spirit, no one will be turned away due to an inability to pay, or because they have not been able to make prior arrangements.

The purpose of asking both our members and our guests to obtain and carry tickets during the High Holy Days is not a matter of enforcement, but to gather a greater awareness of the number of people in our building during this sacred time. We thank you for your cooperation and participation.





Spots in the Congregation Ner Tamid parking lot will be available for senior citizens and other congregants and guests with accessibility needs. These spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and cannot be reserved. A special drop-off lane will also be open for added accessibility.


For all High Holy Days Services, please park freely at the Mormon Stake parking lot at  5845 Crestridge Road, and the Peninsula Community Church at 5640 Crestridge Road. You may use any legal street parking on Crestridge and Highridge roads. To be good neighbors, please do not park in other area lots or in undesignated spaces along the street.


Lomita Sherriff’s Department and South Bay Security officers will assist with parking before and after services, and will monitor our building – both inside and outside – during services.


For the safety of all, law enforcement, as well as CNT staff and leadership, reserve the right to inspect all large bags and backpacks prior to entering the building.


All items for the Food Drive should be dropped-off in the marked SOVA bins prior to coming into services.