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High Holidays 5778

High Holidays 5778

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High Holidays 5775

 Pre-Holiday Lecture Series 

  Tuesday, September 12

7:00 pm

 Pre-Rosh Hashanah Class 

The Silent Voice - Listening to the Shofar's Call 

 Tuesday, September 19

7:00 pm

 Pre-Yom Kippur Class 

The Holy Heretic - All is Never Lost 


 

 High Holiday Service Schedule

Rosh Hashanah
Schedule of Services
  Yom Kippur
Schedule of Services

Wednesday, September 20th
Light Candles: 6:47 pm
Evening Services: 6:45 pm
Followed by a festive Holiday Dinner
RSVP a must | $25 Adult, $15 Child

Thursday, September 21st
Morning Services: 9:30 am
Shofar: 11:30 am
Afternoon Services: 5:30 pm
followed by a Tashlich service
Light candles after: 7:43 pm

Friday, September 22nd
Morning Services: 9:30 am
Shofar: 11:30 am

Candle lighting (Shabbat): 6:44 pm

Sunday, September 24th

Fast of Gedalya (delayed because of Shabbat)
Fast ends: 7:26 pm

 

Friday, September 29th
Light Candles: 6:33 pm
Fast begins: 6:33 pm
Kol Nidre: 6:30 pm

Shabbat (Saturday), September 30th
Morning Services: 9:30 am
Yizkor: 12:00 pm
Mincha: 4:45 pm
N'eilah: 6:15 pm
Fast ends: 7:28 pm

Break Fast sponsored by Andy and Ruth Baron in loving memory of Andy's mother, Carole Baron

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Sukkot* 
Schedule of Services
  Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah
Schedule of Services

Wednesday, October 4
Light Candles: 6:25 pm
Evening Services: 6:30 pm
Followed by Dinner in the Sukkah
RSVP a must | $18 Adult, $12 Child

Thursday, October 5
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Light Candles after: 7:21 pm

Friday, October 6
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Candle Lighting (Shabbat): 6:22 pm
 

 

Wednesday October 11 | Hoshana Rabbah
Evening Services: 6:00 pm
Light Candles: 6:15 pm

Thursday, October 12 | Shemini Atzeret
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Yizkor: 11:45 am
Light Candles after: 7:11 pm
Evening Hakafot Services: 7:30 pm

Tuesday, Oct. 25 | Simchat Torah
Morning Services: 10:00 am
Candle Lighting: 6:12 pm (Shabbat)

* Don't forget to order your Lulav and Etrog set - $50 each.

Email ChabadSac@aol.com for more info or to RSVP

Head of the Jewish Year
Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. It is the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, and a day of judgment and coronation of G‑d as king.
Send a Shanah Tovah greeting card to friends and family! Wish them and happy and healthy New Year, and hey, maybe you'll get one back too!
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