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Mishkon Membership Frequently Asked Questions 

 How do I join Mishkon? 
If you are new to our synagogue or returning after being away, click here for the new-member form.
If you are a current member looking to renew you membership, click here to fill out the form. Members must be logged in to access the membership renewal page. 

 What are the benefits of Mishkon membership?  
Almost too many to count, from High Holy Days seating to year-round services, commemorating lifecycle events, and free or discounted educational, cultural, social, and tikkun olam programming, all within our warm, caring, heimish community. Click here for details.  

 How much does Mishkon membership cost?  

Dues include a yearly building assessment fee of $200 (individual), $300 (2 adults), and $350 (3+ people) with a security assessment fee of $150 (individual), $250 (2 adults), and $300 (3+ people).

 What is the security fee?  
This fee, part of our dues structure, helps cover the costs of security during services and every day.  

 What is the building maintenance fee?  
This fee, part of our dues structure, helps keep our three-quarter-century building in good working order for generations to come.

 Can I pay my dues using a payment plan?  
Yes, we are happy to help with a payment plan that suits your needs, from once a year to once a month, by check, credit card (service fee applies), or debit. Please contact Fleming Brooks, Director of Operations and Membership, at office@mishkon.org or 310-392-3029 to make arrangements.

 What if I cannot afford dues?  
Mishkon’s policy is not to turn away any member for lack of funds. Please contact Fleming Brooks, Director of Operations and Membership, at office@mishkon.org or 310-392-3029 to make arrangements. 
 
 Can my purchase of tickets for High Holy Days be applied to membership?  
Yes! Please contact Fleming Brooks, Director of Operations and Membership, at office@mishkon.org or 310-392-3029 to make arrangements.  

 Are membership dues to Mishkon tax-deductible?  
Yes! Mishkon dues are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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