We look forward to spending a meaningful and inspiring High Holiday season at the Chabad Shul with YOU this year! 

We aim to provide the same warm environment as always despite the COVID limitations.  

Although we would have loved to run services as normal, we need to make some changes in order to maintain proper safety throughout the Holidays. 

• Seating will be arranged in a way that we can to adhere to safe social distancing throughout services. That being said, we are extremely limited on space! We therefore ask that you only reserve a seat if you are certain that you will attend services. 
Thank you!

Yom Kippur Service Location


Services will be held outdoors under some medium size canopies on 71st Street between West End Ave. and Riverside Blvd.



 Yom Kippur Schedule of Services


   Kapparot Online 


For those unable to do the holy and age-old custom of Kapparot with a live chicken, Chabad is offering the opportunity to do Kapparot online. Chabad will distribute your Kapparot donation to the needy. Click here for kapparot.


   Yom Kippur 


 Sunday, September 27 - Yom Kippur Eve


 Candle Lighting: 6:27 PM 


 Begin fasting: a few minutes before 6:44 PM 



Note: Those that light Yom Tov candles must begin fasting before candle lighting.  


 Kol Nidrei: 6:50 PM 


 Monday, September 28 - Yom Kippur 


 Shacharit: 9:30 AM


Yizkor: approximately 12:30 PM.



Due to Covid-19 we will be having an second short Yizkor Service at 2:30 pm  


  Mincha: 5:15 PM 


Neila: 6:20 PM 

 Fast ends: 7:23 PM 

 Ma'ariv and Havdalah: 7:23 PM 

Take away break-fast package.  



Help feed needy local families 
before Yom Kippur... 
Kapparot onlinewith Chabad of the West Sixties!

The funds will be distributed to needy families for Sukkot.

Simply  read the text here for Kapparot (inserting the words Money/Kesef and Tzedakah for hen/rooster) and then  click here to send your Kapparot funds to Chabad for distribution.

Suggested amount: $18 per family member.

Click here to send your Kapparot funds.