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High Holiday Dinners & Services

at Chabad House 5781

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 Services and Dinners.

* ALL EVENTS HELD OUTDOORS AND SOCIALLY APART AND LIMITED CAPACITY.

* ALL RSVPS FOR DINNERS MUST BE DONE VIA TEXT TO: 1-267-7272-770 (Text 'Rosh Hashanah' for list)

* ALL RSVP FOR SERVICES VIA GOOGLE FORM: https://forms.gle/GeZwLnmBXNEDJkkC9

In person High Holiday services at Chabad will be held outdoors in a large open tent, socially spaced with masks. There limited capacity and signup is required. Please sign up for the slots of time you would like to join services. English/Hebrew prayer books provided!  📖 No prior experience necessary  ☺️

📍 Backyard of 4032 Spruce Street.

[To RSVP for our Dinners, please use our new text RSVP system. Text 'join' to , answer 6 quick questions, then text 'Rosh Hashanah' to see a list of options].

Rosh Hashanah Schedule:

🍎 First night of Rosh Hashanah - Shabbat
📅 Fri 9/18
🕯️Candle lighting 6:46 PM
🕙 6:45 PM - Evening services
🍽️ Grad and Undergrad dinners (Text 267-7272-770)

🍎 First day of Rosh Hashanah - Shabbat
📅 Sat 9/19
🕙 9:30am-11:00am—Morning Services
🕙 11:00am-12:30pm—Torah Reading
🕙 12:30pm-1:40pm—Musaf Service
🕙 6:30pm-7:00pm — Mincha

🍎 Second night of Rosh Hashanah
📅 Sat 9/19
🕯️Candle lighting AFTER 7:42 PM
🕙 7:40 PM - Evening services
🍽️ Grad and Undergrad dinners (Text 267-7272-770)

🍎 Second day of Rosh Hashanah
📅 Sun 9/20
🕙 9:30am-11:00am—Morning Services
🕙 11:00am-12:30pm—Torah reading & Shofar Service
🕙 12:30pm-2:00pm—Musaf Service
🕙 5:30pm-6:30pm — Mincha &  🐟 Tashliach & Shofar (Starting at Chabad and after Mincha walking to the bio-pond)
🕢 4:30-5:00pm - Ongoing 7 minute Flash Shofar Services on Locust Walk near the compass. 🍎 &  🍯
🕙 6:45pm-7:40 - Farbrengen, Maariv and Havdallah  🕯️

Planning to stay in for Rosh Hashanah dinner? Chabad has "Shabbat in a box" for you for just $10 per person. Sign up by Wednesday at noon.

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Yom Kippur Schedule

📅 Sun 9/27
🕯️Candle lighting & fast begins 6:31 PM
🕙 6:20 PM - Kol Nidrei

🕍 Yom Kippur day services
📅 Mon 9/28
🕙 9:30am-11:00am—Morning Services
🕙 11:00am-12:30pm—Torah Reading & Yizkor
🕙 12:30pm-2:00pm—Musaf Service
🕙 2:00pm-3:00pm—Musaf Service
🕙 5:00pm-7:27pm — Mincha & Neila
🕙 7:27pm — Fast Ends - Break Fast at Chabad. (Bagels, Lox, Cream Cheese etc.)

Yom Kippur break fast sponsored in in loving memory of Mr. Michael Steinhauser (Mordechai ben Avraham o.b.m.) by his family. 

 

 

 

For more information contact Rabbi Levi: Rabbi@pobox.upenn.edu

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.

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What are the services at Chabad like?

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

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