Home‎ > ‎

High Holidays

For information about Rosh Hashanah Kiddush and Yom Kippur Break Fast, Click Here.

Ohel Avraham High Holiday Services

2018

5778 - 5779

 This year we will be sharing our holidays with the University of Rochester Hillel with our very own Sam Asher leading services. We are very excited to be able offer a full set of services in a larger venue on the banks of the Genesee River. As always, there are no tickets required and there will be free parking*.

Services will be held at the Interfaith Chapel on the UR campus.

View a map of the UR River Campus

Joining UR Hillel allows us also to take advantage of their holiday meals. We will, of course, still hold our traditional Ohel Avraham First Day of Rosh Hashanah Pot Luck Lunch! We have secured a space just for our community for this event, so please join us by bringing a dish to pass on the first day of Rosh Hashanah.

*In order to take advantage of free parking, we will need your RSVP for each of the services. Please indicate which services you will be attending:

Rosh Hashanah Day 1
Rosh Hashanah Day 2
Kol Nidre
Yom Kippur

Kindly email Shelli to RSVP by June 15th to secure a parking pass.
Please note if you will need handicapped-accessible parking


Slichot

TBA         



 

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sunday

September

9th

7:15 pm

Mincha/Maariv

Rosh Hashanah

Day 1

Monday

September

10th

9am - 1pm

Shacharit and Musaf

Potluck dairy lunch

Tashlich

Monday

September

10th

4pm

Erie Canal Lock 32 off Clover Street

Rosh

Hashanah

 

Day 1

Monday

September

10th

6:30 pm


Mincha/Maariv

Rosh

Hashanah

Day 2


September

11th

9am - 1pm

Shacharit and

Musaf

Kol Nidre

Tuesday    

September

18th

7pm - 9pm


Yom Kippur

Wednesday

September 19th

9am - 1pm

and

6:30pm - 8:30 pm

Yizkor


Shofar

Sukkah

Building



 

12pm - ??

Grounds outside Sulam Center

Light refreshments

Sukkah Party

TBA

 TBA

TBA

The Ashers, 264 Clover Hills Drive


We will be using Machzor Lev Shalem.

If you would like to order a Lev Shalem Mahzor for yourself and your family, please order them directly from The Rabbinical Assembly or through Amazon.


Subpages (1): High Holiday Food
Comments