Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah begins Friday night, September 18th and continues through Sunday evening, September 20th.

The most important requirement for every man, woman and child on Rosh Hashana is to hear the sounds of the shofar being blown on Sunday

Below is the schedule for our services:

Friday, September 18
7:03 pm Candle lighting in honor of Shabbat and Rosh Hashana 
At this time light a Yahrtzeit candle, a 48 hour candle that will enable you to light candles Saturday evening.

7:10 pm Mincha, Afternoon Prayer
7:50 pm Mariv Evening Prayer
Shabbat, September 19

9:00 am     Morning Prayer
10:50 am  Torah Reading
11:30 am   Rabbis' Sermon
3:00 pm    Rosh Hashana Family Experience
6:40 pm    Mincha, Afternoon Prayer
8:00 pm    Mariv, Evening Prayer
8:02 pm    Light Candles AFTER this time, from existing fire.

Sunday, September 20

9:00 am    Morning Prayer
11:00 am  Torah Reading  
11:45 am  Rabbis' Sermon
12:15 pm  Blowing of the Shofar
3:00 pm    Rosh Hashana Family Experience
6:00 pm   Tashlich at Marita Payne Park
6:50 pm   Mincha, Afternoon Prayer followed by Farbrengen and Mariv,                    Evening Prayers.
8:00 pm  Rosh Hashana Holiday Ends

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