High Holiday Services Schedule 5781
Due to Covid-19 restrictions and social distancing, reservations are STRONGLY requested. (We will never turn anyone away.)

We will be hosting high holiday services in a huge 4800 square foot tent on our site.
With our expanded space we can now accommodate people even more safely. 

Reserve Online


Warm and welcoming atmosphere ⚫ User-friendly service conducted in Hebrew & English ⚫ No background or affiliation necessary
Hebrew/English Prayer Books ⚫ Insights into the prayers ⚫ No Membership Required  


  Rosh Hashanah is the beginning of the Jewish year, and the anniversary of creation of man. At the brink of a new year it is appropriate to reminisce and evaluate the past year. It is time for a comprehensive analysis of our lives thus far, and some spiritual accounting to plan the year ahead.

Register here. Please celebrate the High Holidays with us. At Chabad everyone is welcome, and it’s not just a cliché.

May G‑d grant you and yours a joyful, prosperous and sweet New Year and may you be inscribed and sealed in the Book of Life.

Schedule of High Holiday Events 5781-2020
                    ROSH HASHANAH Eve - Friday, September 18
 Evening Services
                     ROSH HASHANAH Day 1 - Shabbat, September 19
      9:00am  Shacharit 
   10:15am Torah-Reading/Sermon
   11:45am Musaf 
   7:45pm Candle-Lighting & Maariv 
                     ROSH HASHANAH Day 2 - Sunday September 20
  9:00am Shacharit
  10:15am Torah-Reading/Sermon/Shofar
  11:45am Musaf

                     YOM KIPPUR EVE - Sunday September 27 
  6:33pm Candle-Lighting
  6:45pm Kol Nidrei
                     YOM KIPPUR DAY - Monday September 28
  9:30am Shacharit 
  11:00am Torah/Sermon/Yizkor
  12:45pm Musaf
  5:00pm Mincha (Maftir Yona)
  6:15pm Neilah
  7:30pm Holiday ends
This year reservations are important to enable us to plan appropriately.
Chabad will never turn anyone away!
Reserve Online  or call 570-587-3300 for more information