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High Holidays Schedule

Selichot - Sunday, September 18
Inspiration for Selichot with Rabbi Fox - 12:30 am

Selichot - 12:45 am
Shacharit - 8:30 am

Erev Rosh Hashana - Sunday, September 25
Candle lighting - 6:23 pm
Mincha/maariv - 6:25 pm

Rosh Hashana, first day - Monday, September 26
Shacharit - 7:30 am (indoors) or 9:00 am (tent)
Shofar blowing - 9:45 am* (indoors) or 11:15 am* (tent)

Children's programming - 10:30  am (indoors)
Tashlich - 5:30, pond behind Chabad

Mincha/maariv - 6:20 pm
Candle lighting - not before 7:23 pm

Rosh Hashana, second day - Tuesday, September 27
Shacharit - 7:30 am (indoors) or 9:00 am (tent)
Shofar blowing - 9:45 am* (indoors) or 11:15 am* (tent)
Children's programming - 10:30  am (indoors)

Mincha - 6:20 pm
Maariv - 7:20 pm
Yom tov ends - 7:22 pm

Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidrei - Tuesday, October 4
Candle lighting - 6:07 pm
Kol Nidrei - 6:10 pm (indoors and tent)

Yom Kippur - Wednesday, October 5
Shacharit - 9:00 am (tent)

Yizkor - 12:00 pm* 
Mincha - 4:50 pm
Ne'ilah - 5:55 pm

Shofar blowing - 7:05 pm
Maariv/fast ends - 7:08 pm

* approximate time

1. Do we need tickets and can we bring other family members?
Tickets are not necessary.  Extended family members are welcome to attend, and you certainly may invite friends and neighbors, too.  Members should pay their dues prior to the holidays, and we ask and encourage nonmembers to make a donation after the holidays.  If you are inspired to join the shul, just let us know - we'd be happy to have you! 

2. Which machzor will the services follow?
Once again we will using the Artscroll Machzor for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.  We have machzorim in shul, but if you’d like to ensure that you have your own, they can be purchased at Rosenblums, Kesher Stam,  or

3. Will there be children’s programing?
Yes!  There will be programming for children during part of the service.  Details will be shared soon.

4. Who is leading our davening this year?
Once again we are honored to have the talented AY Karsh serving as our sheliach zibur for maariv, musaph, and Kol Nidre.  Shaya Avner will blow shofar, and our many in-house talented members will lead other parts of the davening.  

5. Will there be security?
Yes, there will be professional security on site. 
  Also, the parking lot will be closed to cars for the entirety of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

Thu, December 8 2022 14 Kislev 5783