5778 High Holiday Schedule (2017)

5778 High Holiday Schedule (2017)

This year, we have three “three-day-Yontif” (Thursday-Friday-Shabbos – Rosh Hashanah/Sukkot/Shmini Atzeres) , when the Holiday begins on Wednesday evening, and goes straight into Shabbos, so this is a general reminder to have Yahrzeit candles for lighting the Sabbath candles. Also, we have to do ERUV TAVSHILIN, which allows us to cook on Yom-Tov for the Sabbath, and I will have one set for the entire community.

First night of Rosh Hashana (September 20th) Evening Services 6:30 PM
First Day of Rosh Hashana (September 21st) Morning Services 9:30 AM
Rosh Hashana (September 21st) Mincha and Tashlich 5:30 PM; Ma’ariv to follow.

Second Day of Rosh Hashana (September 22nd) Morning Services 9:30 AM
Second Day of Rosh Hashana – Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:30 PM

Candle lighting for Shabbat – no later than 7:24 (19:24)

Saturday Morning – Shabbat Shuva (September 23rd) – regular Shabbat Services – 9:30 AM

We will visit the cemetery on Sunday morning (September 24th) from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Candle Lighting for Yom Kippur is at 6:53 PM (18:53)

Yom Kippur (September 29th) Kol Nidrei 7:05 PM

Yom Kippur (September 30th) Morning Services 9:00 AM – including Yizkor

Yom Kippur (September 30th) Mincha Services 4:45 PM

Yom Kippur (September 30th) Ne’eelah Services 6:45 PM

The fast ends at 7:51 PM

Sukkot First Night (October 4th) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Sukkot First Day (October 5th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM

Sukkot Second Night – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Sukkot Second Day (October 6th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM

Candle lighting for Shabbat – no later than 6:57 pm (18:57)

Shabbat ends at 6:37 pm (18:37)

Shmini Atzeres (October 11th) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Shmini Atzeres (October 12th) – Morning Services – 9:30 AM – including Yizkor

Simchas Torah (October 12th) – Mincha & Ma’ariv – 6:30 PM

Simchas Torah (October 13th) – Morning Services 9:30 AM

Candle lighting for Shabbat – no later than 6:44 pm (18:44)

Shabbat ends at 6:24 pm (18:24)

Wishing you all a very sweet, good, happy & healthy New Year, and may Hashem accept all of our prayers, Amen!

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