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Here are how congregations in our area are marking Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur:

Congregation B’nai Avraham

117 Remsen St., between Henry and Clinton streets in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 596-4840.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 6:25 pm

Sept. 30: 9 am

Oct. 1: 9 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 6:23 pm

Oct. 9: 9 am

Tickets: Members free, non-members $350.

Brooklyn Heights Synagogue

131 Remsen St., between Henry and Clinton streets in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 522-2070.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 6:30 pm

Sept. 30: 9:30 am

Oct. 1: 9:30 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 6:30 pm

Oct. 9: 9:30 am

Tickets: Members, $75, non-members $125 (students and military free).

Congregation Mt. Sinai

250 Cadman Plaza West, between Clark and Clinton streets in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 875-9129.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 6:30 pm

Sept. 30: 10 am

Oct. 1: 10 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 6:30 pm

Oct. 9: 10 am

Tickets: $200.

Kane Street Synagogue

236 Kane St., between Clinton and Court streets in Cobble Hill, (718) 875-1550.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 6:30 pm

Sept. 30: 8:30 am

Oct. 1: 8:30 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 6 pm

Oct. 9: 8:30 am

Tickets: Members free, non-members, $250.

Congregation Beth Elohim

274 Garfield Pl., between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West in Park Slope, (718) 768-3814.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 8:15 pm

Sept. 30: 10:15 am

Oct. 1: 10 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 8:15 pm

Oct. 9: 10:15 am

Tickets: $200 (sold out).

Union Temple

17 Eastern Pkwy., between Plaza Street East and Underhill Avenue in Prospect Heights, (718) 638-7600.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 8 pm

Sept. 30: 10 am

Oct. 1: 10 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 8 pm

Oct. 9: 10 am

Tickets: $150.

Park Slope Jewish Center

Eighth Avenue at 14th Street in Park Slope, (718) 768-1453.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 6:30 pm

Sept. 30: 8:30 am

Oct. 1: 8:30 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 5:50 pm

Oct. 9: 8:30 am

Tickets: Members free, non-members, $360.

Congregation B’nai Jacob

401 Ninth St., between Sixth and Seventh avenues in Park Slope, (718) 832-1266.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 6:30 pm

Sept. 30: 9 am

Oct. 1: 9 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 6:15 pm

Oct. 9: 9 am

Tickets: Members, $80, non-members, $110.

Kolot Chayeinu

Church of Gesthemane, 1012 Eighth Ave., between 10th and 11th streets in Park Slope, (718) 390-7493.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 8 pm

Sept. 30: 10 am

Oct. 1: 10 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 8 pm

Oct. 9: 10 am

Tickets: Free (donations welcome).

Chabad of North Brooklyn

132 North Fifth St., between Berry Street and Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, (718) 388-0748.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 7 pm

Sept. 30: 10 am

Oct. 1: 10 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 6:30 pm

Oct. 9: 10 am

Tickets: Free.

Bay Ridge Jewish Center

405 81st St. at Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge, (718) 836-3103.

Rosh Hashanah

Sept. 29: 6:30 pm

Sept. 30: 9 am

Oct. 1: 9 am

Yom Kippur

Oct. 8: 6 pm

Oct. 9: 9 am

— Evan Gardner

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