The Pesach offering is brought on behalf of a group, who then eat it. What other types of sacrifices may be brought jointly, by 2 or more people?
- In the event that a Beis Din issues an incorrect ruling, resulting in the majority of the nation sinning, a communal offering is brought. In some cases, they bring individual offerings for each Tribe. This is known as a Par He'elem Davar (a cow [brought due] to a hidden matter) and is discussed in Maseches Horayos.
- It may be possible for two or more individuals to bring the same Korban Todah as shutafim (such as if it was in response to a joint miracle). These are classified as shelamim according to the Rambam, and thus may be brought jointly.
- As DoubleAA states, an Olah may also be brought jointly, but a mincha may not.
- The 70 Korbanos of the Sukkos are brought on behalf of the nations of the world, as Chazal state. (Sukkah 55b)
- The Korbanos of Yom Kippur are brought on behalf of 1) the family of the Kohen Gadol 2) the Kohanim in general and 3) the whole nation, made clear in the associated declarations of the Kohen Gadol. (Yoma 3:8, 4:2 and 6:2)
- the Korban Tamid (and all other communal korbanos) are purchased out of communal funds, being brought on behalf of the entire nation.