High Holidays at Chabad

Rosh Hashana: Sep. 18 - 20 // Yom Kippur: Sep. 27-28

It’s no doubt that High Holidays are going to be a bit different this year. We are offering a few different options which we hope will provide something for every comfort level. Strict Covid-19 safety mea are in place. All in-person events will take place OUTDOORS on Chabad's front lawn.  Registration, masks and social distancing are required.

Rosh Hashana Box: (Enjoy Honey Cake, Sweet Round Challah, Traditional Holiday Tastes, Inspiring High Holiday Guide) Reserve your box here.

Enjoy a Rosh Hashana Meal with friends. Shofar Blowing and Rosh Hashana Wishes & Inspirations.
Outdoors. Socially Distance Set-up. Masks. Sunday, Sep. 20  
Limited to 15 people per time slot -  Choose a Time Slot.

Join us for traditional holiday services. Hebrew-English Prayer Books. Inspirational melodies and explanations throughout the service. Outdoors. Socially Distance Set-up. Click here for full schedule and to reserve your spot.

 To learn more about the High Holidays, click here
Holiday Celebrations, Services and Boxes are all free of charge. 
Donations and Sponsorship are very appreciated and enable us to continue providing a well-rounded holiday experience for every comfort level. To make a High Holiday contribution please click here


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