High Holiday Service Schedule 5780 / 2019
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About The Event
Rosh Hashanah, Sept. 29th - Oct.1st Yom Kippur, Oct. 8th -9th
Sunday, September 29th - Erev Rosh Hashana
8:00 AM Selichos & Shacharis 9:15 AM Hataras Nedarim (Nullification of Vows) before 6:22 PM Candle lighting (Shehechiyanu) 6:30 PM Mincha - followed by Ma'ariv
Monday, September 30th - Rosh Hashanah (1st Day) 8:30. AM Shacharis 10:00 AM Torah Reading 10:30 AM Kiddush, Drasha (Sermon), Shofar & Mussaf 6:00 PM Mincha 6:30 PM Tashlich at the Beach 7:00 Ma’ariv 7:17 PM Candle lighting (with Shehechiyanu)
Tuesday, Oct. 1st – Rosh Hashanah (2nd Day) 8:30. AM Shacharis 10:00 AM Torah Reading 10:30 AM Kiddush, Drasha (Sermon), Shofar & Mussa 6:30 PM Mincha 7:05 Ma’ariv/ Havdalah
Wednesday, Oct. 2nd - Fast of Gedalia 5:45 AM Fast Begins Fast Ends 7:14 PM
YOM KIPPUR Tuesday, Oct. 8th - Erev Yom Kippur 6:10 PM Candle lighting 6:20 PM Kol Nidre / Ma’ariv 6:27 PM Fast Begins
Wednesday, Oct. 9th Yom Kippur 8:30 AM Shacharis 10:30 AM Torah Reading 11:00 AM Drasha (Sermon), Yizkor, Mussaf Rest Break After Mussaf 4:55 PM Mincha / Yonah 5:55 PM Inspirational Words Pre-Neila 6:05 PM Neila 7:05 PM Shofar / Fast Ends followed by Ma’ariv / Havdalah / Kiddush Levana
LIGHT BREAK-FAST IN SHUL AFTER KIDDUSH LEVANA
There is a mitzvah to have a Seudah (festive meal) usually after Mincha. Kapparot are performed, either with chickens or with money. There will be baskets in shul for Kapparot money, which is distributed to the poor for Yom Tov. The text of Kapparot may be found in the Yom Kippur Artscroll Machzor (p.2).
RESTRICTED ACTIVITY: The five prohibited pleasures on Yom Kippur are: eating and drinking; washing; anointing (perfumes, etc.); marital intimacy; and leather shoes.
- GUEST HH SEAT$300$3000$0