ON THE HIGH HOLIDAYS THE DOORS TO HEAVEN ARE OPEN TO ALL... SO ARE OURS! 

It makes no difference if you see yourself as Reform, Conservative, Orthodox or unaffiliated.  At Chabad, we see you as Jewish. No labels... No differences... Chabad is a home for every Jew! 

Some highlights of the High Holiday services with Chabad of Downtown:

  • Hebrew/English prayer books provided
  • Contemporary messages and insights
  • Warm and friendly environment
  • Kiddush after services
  • No membership necessary (though reservations are required)

Whether your background in Jewish prayer and practice is extensive or limited, the services will leave you feeling enriched, connected, uplifted, and energized to start your New Year in a most meaningful way. There is no mandatory seat charge, but donations are greatly appreciated.

 

LOCATION:

High Holiday Services (with the exception of the Dinner & Slackers’ Service) will be held at the:

HYATT PLACE INNER HARBOR, 511 S. CENTRAL AVE.

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COVID PRECAUTIONS:

Your health and safety during the high holidays is very important to us.
We will be following all local & CDC health guidelines and will adjust programing accordingly.

Baltimore City now mandates masks for all indoor activities. We will have plenty of mask and sanitizer available for your convenience.

We have the ability to social distance in family groups, if you so choose. If need be we can expand to the adjacent ballroom.

Kiddush will be held at the Hyatt’s open-air patio. All food will be individually packaged.
Rosh Hashanah Dinner will be available to-stay or to-go, so you can enjoy it with the community or in your own pod.

 If you are uncomfortable indoors, please join us at the Outdoor – Rosh Hashanah Slackers' Service.

Needless to say if you are feeling unwell or have any Covid related symptoms please do not join us for any events or services. Please reach out and we will be glad to help you with arraignments for high holidays and/or shofar at home.

With wishes for a healthy and comfortable high holidays.