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High Holiday Schedule

All services will be held at the Chabad Shul at Drisha
37 West 65th St., Between Broadway and Central Park West


For high holiday reservations, click here .

For membership information  click here 

For laws and customs, click here.
  


Yom Kippur

Friday, September 29th - Yom Kippur Eve


Candle Lighting: 6:23 PM
Begin fasting: a few minutes before 6:41 PM
Kol Nidrei: 6:40 PM

Kids program 7-8PM

Shabbad, September 30th - Yom Kippur

9:30 AM: Morning Services

10:30 AM-12:30 PM: Children’s Program

12:00 PM: Yizkor Memorial Services

5:15 PM: Afternoon Services

Neilah,concluding service 6:15 PM
Fast ends: 7:20 PM

Break-the-fast Buffet

Break-Fast is being Sponsored by Miriam Prince to honor the memory of her beloved and sorely missed, blessed parents, Nathaniel Theodore (Noach) and Ethel (Etel) Prince.

 

 

 


 

ROSH HASHANA

Wednesday , September 20th - Rosh HaShanah Eve

Remember to make an Eruv Tavshillin* 
Candle Lighting: 6:38 PM 

Evening Services: 6:30 PM

Holiday dinner by reservation only 7:30 PM
Thursday , September 21st - Rosh HaShanah - First Day
Morning Services: 9:30 AM- 1:00 PM

11:15 AM: Sounding of the Shofar

10:30 AM- 12:30 PM: Children’s Program

5:15 PM Mincha and Tashlich Service at Riverside Park at 70th st.

Candle Lighting (from a pre-existing flame): after 7:35 PM 
Begin Preparing for the second day of Yom Tov: after 7:35 PM 
Ma'ariv: 7:35 PM
 

Friday, September 22nd  - Rosh HaShanah - Second Day

Morning Services: 9:30AM-1:00PM

11:15 AM: Sounding of the Shofar

10:30 AM- 12:30 PM: Children’s Program

Shabbat Shuvah

Candle lighting at: 6:35 PM

Minchah: 6:45 PM followed by Kabbalat Shabbat

Shabbat, September 23rd - Shabbat Day

Shacharit: 10:00 AM

Kids Shul 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Kiddush - approx 12:15 PM

Kiddush is being sponsored by Harvey and Irina Stien in memory of Harvey’s mother yhartzite.

 Minchah: 6:30 PM

Ma'ariv & Havdallah: 7:32 PM



Sunday, September 24  - Fast of Gedaliah

Fast begins: 5:19 AM 
Fast ends: 7:17 PM

 

Do Kapparot Online

For those unable to fulfill the holy age-old custom of Kapparot with a live chicken, Chabad is offering the opportunity to do Kapparot online. We will distribute your Kapparot donation to needy families for the upcoming holiday

Please click  here for Kapparot. 

 

 

*Eruv Tavshillin

*We must make an Eruv Tavshillin on Wednesday afternoon, 9/20. This allows us to make all necessary preparations on the second day of Rosh Hashannah, Friday, 9/22, for Shabbat which follows immediately afterwards. However, unlike a regular Friday afternoon, it is important to make sure that all foods prepared for Shabbat be totally cooked and edible well before Shabbat begins.  

The Eruv consists of a challah or a matzah, and a cooked food, such as meat, fish, or an unpeeled hard-boiled egg. For details of the procedure and the appropriate Brachah that should be made, consult the siddur (Tehillat Hashem page 327) or see  here.