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Holiday Date
September 6 - 16, 2021


  • Socially Distant - Soulfully Close!

    In-person Inspirational High Holiday services and programs... Done Safely!
  • Welcome to High Holiday Services at Chabad! Where the people are friendly and everyone feels at home.  Whatever your background, the services will leave you feeling enriched, connected, uplifted and energized.

    While it's a traditional service, some prayers are recited in English, and all commentary/sermons are in English. Hebrew/English prayer books are used, and the rabbi provides a (sometimes humorous) running explanatory-commentary throughout.

    To accommodate as many people as possible this year, we are offering a host of socially distant services, each with a limited number of participants.

    Some of the "types" of services include:
    • Indoor service with very-limited-seating (Complete traditional service)
    • Outdoor service in a huge tent 
    • Outdoor service under-the-sky
    • Service in the park.

    See Indoor, Outdoor, and In-The-Large-Tent schedule below.

    To order catered Rosh Hshana Dinner to go, click here

    Services at Chabad are open to all. No membership or payment is required. and it's for Reform, Conservative, Orthodox or any Jew that moves! 

    Please use this form for all/any of the following:
    • Reserve a seat at any of the Holiday services. 
    • Reserve a spot at a "specialty services" (i.e. "Mommy & me", "children's" or the "Kabbalah" Services.) 
    • Reserve a spot for Holiday dinner.

    To do the following: * Buy a Lulav and Etrog.  * Reserve for the Sukkah dinner. * Reserve for Simchat torah Dinner  'n Dance Party. Please go to our special Sukkos Holiday Website .

    For all the details; including all the dates and times, please see the High Holiday schedule page.

    All High Holiday Services take place at the Community Shul at Chabad : 34 Cedar Street, Milford .

  • Socially-Distant Service Schedule

    Each service will have limited seating. As it fills up, we will offer additional service times.
  • Rosh Hashana evening services, on Sept. 18 & 19, will only be outdoor in the tent.

    Rosh Hashana, Day one: Saturday, Sept 19:
    (There's no Shofar sounding on Shabbos, only on Sunday)
    10:30am: Indoor  Traditional Service
    11:15am-12pm: Family Program (for children and their families) followed by Kiddush lunch
    12-1pm: Outdoor Truncated service
    1:30: Outdoor Kiddish lunch 

    Rosh Hashana, Day Two: Sunday, Sept. 20:
    10:30am: Traditional Service (Indoor)
    11:15am-12pm: Family Program (for children and their families) followed by Kiddush lunch
    12-1pm: Truncated Service Outdoor (in the tent or under-sky)
    1:30pm: Kiddish lunch (Outdoor)
    2:15-2:45pm: Service-In-The-Park (Near the Boat-Ramp in Rosenfeld Park): Wide-open space to accommodate the most discerning Jew... includes, Shofar sounding and Lake-side Tashlich service.
    Plus you'll get to take home a delicious Homemade Challah Roll.

    3:00-3:30pm: Short service & Shofar Outdoor, (Outdoor in the tent or under-sky) 
    4:00-4:30pm: Short service & Shofar Outdoor, (Outdoor in the tent or under-sky) 


    Yom Kippur:
    Sunday, Sept. 27
    6:00pm: Traditional Kol Nidrei Service (Indoor, Outdoor, Tent or Under-Sky)

    Monday, Sept. 28
    10:30am: Traditional Service (Indoor)
    11:00am: Children's Service
    11:15-12pm: Adults Kabbalah Service (Outdoor)
    12:00-12:30pm: Yizkor Service (Indoor and/or Outdoor in Tent)

    4:45pm: Mincha & Ne'ilah Service (Indoor)
    6:00pm: Join Ne'ilah Service ( Indoor or Outdoor )
    7:00pm: Shofar Blast (Indoor and Outdoor)
    7:15pm: Outdoor Break-Fast


  • To order Rosh Hashana Dinner-To-Go, click here .
    To order a Lulav set, click here .
    For SUKKOS minisite & Sukkah-dinner reservations, click here .

  • Rosh Hashana / Yom Kippur

  • Attending...

  • Participation in all High Holiday services is free of charge . However please consider making a donation to help cover the costs of the High Holidays as well as the other wonderful programs that Chabad brings to our community.

    You can also choose to become a "partner" which makes you a member of the coveted "Chabad Club" (and receive special benefits throughout the year) by going to our " PARTNER PAGE ".

    The following is only a suggestion. You can give more, or less:
    * $100: Single High Holiday Contribution    |    * $190: Couple High Holiday Contribution
    * $360: Family High Holiday Contribution    |    * $770: Chabad Club Partial-Member
    * $1560:
    Chabad Club Member

     While worldwide Chabad Lubavitch is globally bound in its beliefs and aspirations, each center is an independent entity and financially self-supporting. Every penny you donate goes directly to this local Chabad's operating budget ($400,000 annually). Your contribution will allow us to provide great educational programs for young and old. 
    Please consider joining the Chabad Club too!


    The section below requires that you fill in an amount. If you're not contributing to the high-holiday fund at this time, just write "0" in the "other" button/option. 
    Thanks for your support.

  • Rosh Hashana Dinner, In-Person or Dinner-To-Go (Optional)

    Chabad Club members' discount | No one is turned away for lack of funds
  • To bring the delicious Holiday dinner foods home, click here for to order a catered Holiday Dinner-To-Go .


    Below is the total amount of all the options you chose above.
    (It includes any donations and/or purchases you may have made.)

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    Please mail your check to Chabad House, 34 Cedar Street, Milford, MA 01757
    Billing Address
  • For more info about all the High Holidays check out .
    For Partnership options and Chabad Club membership, click here .

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