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High Holiday Dinners & Services

at Chabad House 5780

Friendly, explained and guided services!

Join us for spiritual and guided High Holiday services. They are user-friendly, enjoyable & meaningful. Services are held at Chabad House, 4032 Spruce Street and are followed by a gourmet holiday dinner in a warm atmosphere. Free of charge.

To learn more about the holiday click here


Rosh Hashanah:

· Sunday, Sept. 29th:

Þ 6:30pm—Services (Candle lighting 6:29pm)

Þ 7:30pm—Dinner

· Monday, Sept. 30th:

Þ 9:30am-2:00pm—Morning Services

Þ 12-12:30pm—Shofar Blowing Service

Þ  2:00pm—Lunch

Þ 5:30pm—Mincha & Tashlich

Þ 7:25pm—Evening Services

Þ 8:00pm—Rosh Hashana Dinner

Flash Shofar Services on: Locust Walk at 4:30pm

· Tuesday, Oct. 1st:

Þ 9:30am-2:00pm—Morning Services

Þ 12-12:30pm—Shofar Service

Þ  2:00pm—Lunch

Þ 4:30pm—Flash Shofar Blowing on Locust Walk  

Þ 6:15pm—Mincha (followed by Farbrengen)

  Þ 7:23pm—Evening Services and Havdallah


· Friday, Oct. 4th:

Þ 7:00pm—Shabbat Service

Þ 7:30—Shabbat Dinner


Yom Kippur:


· Tuesday, Oct. 8th:

Þ 6:10pm—Kol Nidrei

Þ 6:14pm—Light Candles and Fast Begins

Þ 8:30 - "Yom Kippur Discussion Across Penn" Discussion.


· Wednesday, Oct. 9th:


Þ 9:30am—3:00pm Morning Services - Yizkor

Þ 4:45pm—Afternoon Mincha-Neila

Þ 7:11pm Fast Ends - Break Fast at Chabad. (Bagels, Lox, Cream Cheese etc.)


Special Thanks to Steinhauser family for generously sponsoring the break fast in loving memory of their father and husband Mr. Michael Steinhauser (Mordechai ben Avraham o.b.m.) 


Please RSVP here.

For more information contact Rabbi Levi:

Need a Lulav Set? Want to help build a Sukkah?

 Sukkot is coming. Need a Lulav and Etrog set? Email us to place your order. They are $36 each.

Want to volunteer to help bulid a sukkah, either at Chabad or on campus? Let us know.


What are the services at Chabad like?

Larry King and Kevin Bright speak about High Holiday Friends and Services at Chabad