Rosh Hashanah Schedule for services and meals

First evening & Morning schedule

Friday, September 15 
Evening Service: 7:15pm
Followed by Holiday brisket dinner: 8:00pm

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Saturday, September 16
Morning Service: 10:00am
Holiday lunch: 2:00pm

Second evening & Morning schedule

Saturday, September 16
Evening Service: 8:00 pm
Holiday Dinner: 8:30pm

Sunday, September 17
Morning  Service: 10:00 am
Shofar blowing: 12:00pm
Holiday lunch: 2:00pm
Tashlich: 6:00pm - Audubon Park

 Tashlich - 6 PM - Audobon Park (Sunday only)   


On the first night of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish people begin their efforts to coronate G‑d as King. The Service is filled with references to this theme. At Chabad House, Rabbi Leibel Lipskier leads a meaningful service, explaining the idea behind each prayer. The service is accompanied by the singing of traditional Chassidic melodies.

Following services, students are invited to a FREE, traditional, home-cooked Rosh Hashanah dinner. Rosh Hashanah is called the Head of the Year, and just like the brain, everything that happens there matters. We eat several traditional foods like apples and Challah in Honey, Pomegranates, and others, each of which is intended to insure us a good and sweet year.

Shofar (2) (small)
Hearing the Shofar on Rosh Hashanah is the most important part of the Holiday. The Shofar reminds G‑d of the merits of the Jewish people, and crowns G‑d as king. Even if one cannot make it to any other part of the Rosh Hashanah services, this is something that should not be missed.