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Rosh Hashana September 6-8 ~ Yom Kippur September 15-16  

The High Holidays are a soulful and rejuvenating time; a season during which we get that "Jewish recharge" for the New Year.

At Chabad we’ve always prided ourselves on offering uplifting and inspiring services open to all and free of charge or tickets. This year, we have been presented with a unique set of challenges, but challenges and obstacles only strengthen our resolve.

Knowing how important these days are – and how this year we will all need that connection perhaps more so than any other – our approach is not merely "how do we get by", but "how do we make this the most special and memorable High Holidays of our lifetime".

To accomplish this, while keeping everyone comfortable and respecting individual circumstances and preferences, we have worked with a tent rental company to put up a beautiful large tent in the lower parking lot at Chabad center. The walls will be removable and open to allow for an outdoor fresh air feel while still being in an intimate community setting.

NEW THIS YEAR... Community Rish Hashana Dinner in the tent!

Stay tuned for details and to RSVP.

SHOFAR IN THE PARK (Tuesday) AT 4:30PM. More details to follow.

IN-PERSON SCHEDULE

First Day Rosh Hashana, September 7, 9:30am services

Second Day Rosh Hashana, September 8, 9:30am services

Yom Kippur Evening- Kol Nidrei - September 15 7:15pm Kol Nidrei

Yom Kippur Morning September 16, 10:00am. Yizkor approx. 12:00pm

Yom Kippur Afternoon, closing services - 6:00pm, followed by Havdala and Break-fast 8:06pm

Hebrew – English prayer books provided 
Warm and friendly environment 
Traditional services blended with contemporary messages 
All services (aside from during Yom Kippur) are followed by a delicious Holiday packed Kiddush lunch.


There is NO CHARGE for seats; your donation is greatly appreciated. 
RSVP REQUIRED

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To RSVP or for more information: 
Phone: 412-372-1000 
E-mail: [email protected] 
Website: www.JewishMonroeville.com