Schedule of Services


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Rosh Hashanah
 
Monday, September 6th
Evening Services 7:30 pm
 
   
Tuesday, September 7th
Morning Services 9:30 am
 
Torah / Shofar Service
Recommended start time for beginners
10:45 am
 
Shofar/Tashlich Service
Outdoors, weather permitting, If
indoors, masks required
5:00 pm
 
Evening Services 7:30 pm
 
   
Wednesday, September 8th
Morning Services 9:30 am
 
Torah / Shofar Service
Recommended start time for beginners
10:45 am  
Shofar/Tashlich Service
Outdoors, weather permitting, If
indoors, masks required
5:00 pm
Evening Service 7:30 pm
 
 
Yom Kippur
 
Wednesday, September 15th
Kol Nidrei Service 7:15 pm
 
   
Thursday, September 16th
Morning Service 10:00 am
 
Torah / Yizkor Memorial Service
Recommended start time for beginners
11:45 am
 
Mincha Afternoon Service 6:00 pm
 
Neilah Closing Service 7:00 pm
 
Shofar Blowing & Break Fast 8:08 pm



 

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This Year
, join a meaningful and inspiring High Holiday service, in a warm, safe and welcoming atmosphere.

You may see yourself as unaffiliated, Reform, Conservative, or Orthodox. At Chabad we see you as Jewish. No Labels. No differences. Chabad is home for every kind of jew.

Our services are refreshingly casual and easy to follow. The English-Hebrew annotated prayerbook, along with song and commentary, make everyone an active particpant.

So you're invited! All you have to do is register with our online form here.



A shul is more than just a synagogue. A shul (Yiddish for a place of prayer and study), is a home for any Jew looking for a warm and spiritual place to grow. At Chabad, everybody's welcome. Come when you want. Leave when you want. Bring the whole gang. With a "come as you are" attitude, you'll feel right at home. No matter where you live, work or study, if you are looking for a place to express your soul, this shul's for you.



A Jew is a Jew. Period. We are one people; we have one Torah, and we have one G‑d. Chabad endeavors to bring unity to the Jewish Community through our common bond of Jewish faith and observance. At Chabad, we don't label ourselves, and we don't label others. We're just Jewish.

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