The holiday of Rosh Hashanah begins on the first day of the JewishShofar year. The Torah refers to this holiday as the Day of Judgment, a day of repentance, and a day of the Shofar. Although there are many nuances and meanings to this holiday, it is primarily a day that celebrates the beginnings of a new year.

The two days of Rosh Hashanah are spent almost entirely in prayer at the synagogue. However, Rosh Hashanah is also a holiday filled with celebration and festivity. We eat festive holiday meals and raise our glasses in joy. We express our confidence in G‑d that He will indeed forgive us and  grant us a healthy and successful year.





Saturday, September 8 - High Holiday Kickoff Slichot Service

Farbrengen Gathering:                   11:45 PM
Selichot Service:                         12:45 AM

Sunday, September 16 – The first night of Rosh Hashanah
Candle Lighting and Service to welcome the New Year:  6:30 PM
New Year’s Dinner                                      7:15PM                                   

Welcome the Jewish New Year on the Eve of Rosh Hashana with a joyous service and a festive holiday dinner. 

For more information about the dinner please click here.
Dinner reservations requested. Click here to reserve. 

Monday, September 17 – First day of Rosh Hashanah
Morning Service:                                  9:30 AM
Shofar Sounding:                                  12:00 PM 
Evening Services followed by festive dinner    7:30pm

Tuesday, September 18 – Second day of Rosh Hashanah
Morning Service:                                  9:30 AM 
Shofar Sounding:                                 12:00 pM

2nd Shofar Sounding:                             2:00 PM  
Tashlich on Engineering Quad                     5:00 PM               


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