With G-d’s help, we will be meeting for High Holiday Services on Rosh Hashanah (September 9-11) and Yom Kippur (September 18-19).
Rosh Hashanah Schedule:
|Opening Service||Sunday, September 9||7:00 PM|
||Monday, September 10
|Tuesday, September 11||9:30 AM|
|(Shofar service both days at 11:30 AM)|
Yom Kippur Schedule
||Tuesday, September 18||6:30 PM|
|Morning Service||Wednesday, September 19||9:30 AM|
|Closing Service||5:00 PM|
To join Chabad for the High Holidays is to feel at home. Whether your background in Jewish prayer and practice is extensive or limited, attending services at Chabad -- where the warmth and authenticity of the traditional are blended with the comfort and practicality of the contemporary -- will leave you feeling enriched, connected, uplifted and inspired. With the Days of Awe rapidly approaching, the time is now to reserve your seats at Chabad.
* Free of Charge * No Membership or Affiliation required * Friendly Atmosphere * Announcements and Sermons in English * Hebrew-English Prayer-Books
To RSVP call 215-438-5327
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Rosh Hashanah Dinner
Sunday, September 9, 7:30 PM
Following Rosh Hashanah Prayer Services at 7:00 PM
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with neighbors and friends! Join us for an evening of Jewish culinary delights, song and inspiration as we usher in the New Year with the traditional round challah, apples and honey and more.
By RSVP only.
Dinner hosted by
Rabbi Yitzchok and Pessy Gurevitz
7334 Rural Lane, West Mt. Airy
The Jewish Art Calendar
The Jewish Art Calendar for 5779 (2018-2019) is available for pickup from our home (please call 215-438-5327 if you plan to stop by), or at various shops throughout Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill. Feel free to take as many as you can put to good use.
Lulav and Etrog Sets
As in past years, we will be ordering Lulav and Etrog sets for Sukkot. We have sets available for $45 or for $60. All sets are certified kosher, and we inspect them again when they arrive in Philadelphia. Please place your order as soon as possible, by email to email@example.com or call Rabbi Gurevitz at 215-438-5327.
With wishes for ‘Ktivah vechatimah tovah, leshanah tovah u’metuka’
May we be inscribe and sealed for good, for a good and sweet year!
Rabbi Yitchok & Pessy Gurevitz
(215) 438-5327 * firstname.lastname@example.org
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