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Rosh Hashana Reservations

Rosh Hashana Reservations

  • Rosh Hashana Services & Meal Reservation

  • Welcome!

    Join us for High Holiday services. The prayers are warm, the people are friendly and everyone feels at home.  

    Whether your background in Jewish prayer and practice is extensive or limited, the services will leave you feeling enriched, connected, uplifted and energized to start your New Year in the most meaningful way.

    Many of the prayers are recited by the congregation in unison, specifically in English, so that everyone can participate. Hebrew/English prayer books are used throughout the service. The rabbi provides an English running commentary of explanatory and meaningful insights. 

     View dates and times here.

      

  • 1. Your Information

  • 2. Services Reservations

  • Please tell us about your background/comfort with High Holiday Services, as we want to tailor them to who is coming!

  • 3. Meal RSVPs

  • Columbia Students come for free. Non-Student Guests are charged $75 per meal.

    Non-Columbia Students  should email rabbi@chabadstudentcenter.com. Please have them RSVP separately. 

  • September 20, 2017: First Night Dinner

    After Services (Approximately 8pm)  

  • Sept 21, 2017: Second Day Dinner

    After Services (Approximately 8:30pm) 

  • 3. Optional Donation

  • Participation in all High Holiday services is free. Meals are subsidized for students. 

    Consider a donation to help cover the costs of these and other wonderful and vital programs that Chabad at Columbia brings to our community.


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