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With Chabad of Downtown
Holiday Date
October 2 - 12, 2024
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Shanah Tovah!

Celebrate the High Holidays among friends and connect with your inner self. Services will be interspersed with explanations and page guidance. In short, you will feel at home. Wishing you and yours a very happy and sweet new year!

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Rosh Hashanah Dinner
High Holiday Appeal
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Increase your generosity of tzedakah (charity) during the High Holiday season. “Repentance, prayer, and charity take away the severity of the decree”.
Upcoming events
Apr. 16, 2024
Exploring contemporary issues through ancient wisdom. Topic varies by week; subscribe to Newsletter for information and up to date scheduling.
Light Refreshments served
Apr. 22, 2024
Interactive | Meaningful | Delicious
7:15pm Mini-Shmorg & Candle Lighting, 7:45pm Seder
Enjoy a homey Passover Seder with young professionals and community members. Featuring a selection ...
Apr. 23, 2024
PESACH MORNING SERVICES
Join us for Passover Services, Torah Reading & the Special prayer for dew, Tal.
At the Chabad House of Downtown
Apr. 24, 2024
PESACH MORNING SERVICES
Join us for Passover Services, Torah Reading & Musaf
Followed by Kiddush
At the Chabad House of Downtown
Apr. 27, 2024
Shabbat Chol HaMoed!
Join us for a lively Shabbat morning Davening and some inspirational learning followed by Kiddush!
Apr. 29, 2024
Join us for Passover Service, Torah Reading followed by kiddush lunch
At the Chabad House of Downtown
Apr. 30, 2024
Join us for Passover Service, Torah Reading & the special memorial prayer of YIZKOR.
At the Chabad House of Downtown
Apr. 30, 2024
Following a tradition instituted by the Baal Shem Tov, Jews all over the world celebrate the waning hours of Passover with Moshiach’s Meal, celebrating the Divine revelation yet to come.
What Are the High Holidays?
The two-day holiday of Rosh Hashanah is the head of the Jewish year, the time when G‑d reinvests Himself in creation as we crown Him king of the universe through prayer, shofar blasts, and celebration. A week later, the High Holidays reach their crescendo with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement). Like angels, we neither eat nor drink for 25 hours. Dressed in white, we pray in the synagogue—united as one people, children of One Father.

Thank you to the Solomon, Coopersmith, Juter & Lewin families
for making High Holidays with Chabad of Downtown possible.