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High Holidays

High Holidays

Chabad Jewish Center




You Are Invited to enjoy an uplifting 
High Holidays
at the Chabad Jewish Center

If you’re tired of nodding off into your prayer book, join us for a High Holiday service that’s meaningful and easy to follow. Watch the timeless prayer book come alive with heart-warming stories, commentary and down to earth applications.

No Membership Fees (every Jew is a member)

Special Children’s Program
Hebrew - English Prayer Books
Warm and Friendly Atmosphere
Open Seating Available Everyone is welcome



Choose the seat that will be waiting for you.
Show your support for the Shul that welcomes everyone without demanding membership to join. Click here to see the Seating map and choose where you want to sit.
Wednesday, September 20th
Join us for a delicious and traditional four-course Holiday dinner.
The home-made food and enjoyable company will make this a holiday to remember.
Candle Lighting & Prayer Times
Click here for a detailed schedule of all our High Holiday Prayer Services.

Come pray in a welcoming environment, 'where everyone is family!'. Enjoy our new Hebrew-English prayer-books, and be enlightened by Rabbi's inspiring, humorous and informative explanations.
Memorialize your loved ones - all year round.
Ensure the names of your loved ones are remembered during Yizkor Services at Chabad. Have your beloved family members names included in the Yizkor booklet, and they will be read out loud during all four Yizkor services of the Jewish year 5778.

This is a great merit for the souls of your loved ones.
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