High Holidays 5781 (2020)

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Please see the schedule below for our High Holidays services. We look forward to celebrating with you.

RSVP is required. To register for YOM KIPPUR services,

please scroll down to the form on this page, or click here.

Rosh Hashana 2020
September 18th:
Services: 7:00PM
September 19th:
Shachrit/Morning Services: 8:00AM, 11:00AM
Evening Services: 8:00PM
September 20th:
Shachrit/Morning Services: 8:00AM, 11:00AM
Mincha/ Evening Services: 5:00PM
Tashlich: 6:00PM
Yom Kippur 2020

September 27th:

Services/Kol Nidrei: 6:30PM

September 28th:

Shachrit/Morning Services: 9:30AM

Mincha: 5:00PM

Ne'ilah: 6:15PM

For financial assistance please email nechama@jewishwashington.com or menachem@jewishwashington.com

Rosh Hashana Services and Meal Options:

 

 

We will be hosting Rosh Hashana socially distanced services at TheSHUL - Chabad. Space is extremely limited and available on a first-come-first-serve basis. ONLY REGISTERED CONGREGANTS WILL BE ADMITTED. 

 

Friday Night, September 18: First Night 

Candle Lighting: 6:53pm 

Kabbalat Shabbat/Maariv: 7:00pm 

 

Shabbat, September 19: First Day

Shacharit - 2 timeslots 8:00am, 11:00am 

Maariv: 8:00pm 

Candlelighting: After 7:49pm 

 

Sunday, September 20: Second Day

Shacharit - 2 timeslots 8:00am. 11:00am

Mincha: 5:00pm

Shofar @ Dupont Circle: 5:30pm

Tashlich at Rock Creek Park (22nd and P entrance): 6:00 pm

Shofar in the Park:

There will be multiple shofar blowings throughout the day all around DC: near Ward Circle, Kogan Plaza, Lafayette Park, Dupont Circle, Stanton Park, Garfield Park, etc. Times will be posted on our website, and if you have a suggestion of another location, please let us know!

 

Rosh Hashana Dinner:

We are excited to announce our partnership with CharBar to bring Rosh Hashana meals to the community. We have created a special menu with them, and you can order on our website. (Link will be available shortly.)

 

Pickup will be available from both TheSHUL (Chabad) or CharBar on Friday, September 18. 

 

Again, please let us know how we can make this Rosh Hashana as meaningful as possible. 

 

Stay safe and may this year be one of blessing for all!

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