High Holidays at Chabad 

Honey and Apples (small)Welcome to High Holiday Services with Chabad – where the prayers are warm, the people are friendly and everyone feels at home. Whether your background in Jewish prayer and practice is extensive or limited, the services will leave you feeling enriched, connected, uplifted and energized to start your New Year in a most meaningful way. 

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Many of the prayers are recited by the congregation in unison and in English, so that everyone can participate. Hebrew/English prayer books are used throughout the service and Rabbi Mendy provides a running commentary with explanatory insights. Our popular Cantor will lead the congregation with his heartfelt voice and traditional tunes.

The will also be a separate, specialty service, called the "Kabbalah Meditation service" which will take place on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur mornings at 11:00am. Participants will enjoy an alternative service, with Kabbalah & Meditation.  

Children's Synagogue Prayer (& fun) Program 
Rosh HashanaA special program with English explanations, popular Hebrew songs, interactive stories, will be held on the High Holidays duting most service, led by our dedicated counselors. This program will be geared to children and parents are welcome to join.

The "Mommy & Me (and Daddy's too)" service are geared for parents with children 0-4

The regular  "Children's Service" are geared to children 4 and up.  

The programs will feature scaled-down Synagogue furnishings Jewish songs and stories, games with Jewish themes, and a taste of special holiday treats. Children will understand and relate to the deeper meaning of the holidays, appreciating the spiritual experience.

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There are no membership fees and/or tickets to purchase. 
High Holiday services at Chabad are Free of charge. Period!
 

Seating space is limited. 
. To reserve a seat for the High Holidays, please  , c all (508) 473-1299 or email:  .

Please note: While worldwide Chabad Lubavitch is globally bound in its beliefs and aspirations, each center is an independent entity and financially self-supporting. Every penny we receive comes from people in this community and goes directly to operating budget for Chabad's activities ONLY in the local area. Your contribution will allow us to continue providing educational programs for young and old. 

You can make a donation by 
 , sending a check to Chabad Center, 34 Cedar St. Milford, MA 01757, or you can call it in using your Visa or MasterCard, at: (508) 473-1299.

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Sukkah 1Sukkot: The holiday begins on the evening of September 23 and goes for 7 days. It is followed by the 2-day joyous holiday of Simchat Torah, which begins on Sept. 30. 

There will be a special "Dinner under the stars" for singles, couples and families on the first nights of the Holiday. Reservations for each night is on a first-come-first-serve basis. 

The community Sukkah at Chabad is open to the public throughout the holiday. Feel free to stop by. 

Torah 2 (small)Simchat Torah: The holiday of joy and rejoicing. It has been said: "Anyone who hasn't experienced the joy of Simchat Torah at Chabad, hasn't truly experienced joy!" . 

Please see schedule here, and join us for the any/all of the great Holiday programs. This is the only the "short list". For more info, see the Chabad Calendar, Holiday Magazine, and/or call us at (508) 473-1299. 

On Sukkot there are 3 main Mitzvot: 

1. To eat in a Sukkah: You can build your own, or you can join us for a meal (or two).Lulav 

Esrog2. Lulav and Esrog shake: You can purchase your own set for $36 (orders must be in by Sept. 10). or stop by & color: rgb(153, 51, 0);">3. To be Happy!: We can help you with that too!!! :).


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