To RSVP for Shofar Making Sunday Sep 10th 6pm rsvp.JewPaltz.com/Shofar To RSVP for Honey Cake Baking Monday Sep 11th 6pm rsvp.JewPaltz.com/Bake To RSVP for Rosh Hashanah rsvp.JewPaltz.com/RoshHashanah For full Schedule rsvp.JewPaltz.com/HighHolidays
Highlights: For Community: Sunday Sep 17th 4pm Shofar at the “Scenic Overlook by the Bridge” (corner of Main & Huguenot) For Students: Sunday Sep 17th 6pm Shofar at the Pond (in front of the Student Union) These will be short Rosh Hashanah services. They will include Highlights from the Rosh Hashanah traditions including Avinu Malkeinu,
B”H The way the community rallied around me has truly warmed my heart and comforted me in ways I can hardly describe. I know that my father is looking down from heaven beaming with pride. It has truly been an honor to live in such a loving, warm, and dedicated community. Thank you so much
This is the info for 2022. To see the info for 2023 go to JewPaltz.com/HighHolidays Highlights: For Community Monday Sep 26th 6pm – Shofar at the “Scenic Overlook by the Bridge” (corner of Main & Huguenot) For Students Monday Sep 26th 3pm – Shofar at the Pond (in front of the Student Union) These will
B”H This is where we will be posting information about Passover 2020. Things are currently in flux due to the Coronavirus. Please check back here regularly. We will be posting announcements here and this will also be the best place to come and RSVP for Seders and, workshops, and classes. In the meantime, if you
Services on campus (in SUB 100): (no reservation needed) Rosh Hshanah eve. (Sunday, sep. 29th) – services at 7:30 pm & diner at 8:00 1st day Rosh Hashanah (Monday, sep. 30th) services at 9:00 am – SHOFAR BLOWING 12:00 PM! kiddush at 2:00 pm (IF YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE IT FOR SHOFAR
Please RSVP as far in advance as possible: Click Here Yom Kippur Services times are as follows: Sunday Sept 24th 5:45pm – Pre fast meal (students Only) 6:33pm – Candle Lighting 6:30pm – KOL NIDREI Monday Sept 25th 9:00am – Morning Services 12:00pm – Yizkor 4:30pm – Afternoon Services 6:00 pm – NEILAH 7:30pm –
High Holiday Services are open to everyone.
The prayer books are in Hebrew and English.
No previous knowledge is required, everything is explained in English, and you are welcome to just drop in for a bit or stay throughout.
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