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Ohel Avraham High Holiday Services

2017

5777 - 5778

 

Slichot

TBA         



 

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Wednesday

September 20

6pm - 7pm

Mincha/Maariv

Rosh Hashanah

Day 1

Thursday

September 21

Potluck dairy lunch

9am - 1pm

Shacharit and Musaf

Tashlich

Monday

September 21

5pm

Erie Canal Lock 32 off Clover Street

Rosh

Hashanah

Day 2

Friday

September

22

9am - 1pm

Shacharit and

Musaf

Kol Nidre

Friday

September

29


6:30pm - 8:30pm

Yom Kippur

Saturday

September 30

9am - 1pm

and

4pm - 7pm

Shofar 7:36 pm

Sukkah

Building

TBA

TBA

 

TBA

Behind Golisano building, Naz

Sukkah Party

TBA

 TBA

TBA

The Ashers: 264 Clover Hills Drive

 

 

 

 

Services will be held on the Nazareth College Campus in the Sulam Center (Ground Floor of Elizabeth George Hall).

 Enter at Colie's Cafe.

Parking is available in Lot O, with overflow parking in Lot P, both near George Hall.

 

We will be using Machzor Lev Shalem.

For a map of Naz campus with the location of George Hall click HERE


Shalom,                                                                                                           5775/6

The High Holidays are fast approaching and Ohel Avraham is excited to once again be able to offer a full schedule of services, including Yizkor, Kol Nidre, Ne’ilah, and Rosh Hashanah. To make this as successful as possible we need some help from each of you.

We will be using the Mahzor Lev Shalem. This is the new conservative Mahzor. As with our Shabbat siddurim, we are asking families to purchase their own books and bring them to services. The book is available from the United Synagogue. It costs $43 per book. There is no group discount, so each family is responsible to purchase their own books if they choose. We will have older versions of Machzorim available to use for services.

We would like to offer some books for people to use that have not or cannot purchase their own. To that end, we are requesting that any families that feel they can afford to do so, buy an extra book to donate to Ohel Avraham. We will have bookplates made up so that you can designate the book in honor/memory of a loved one. 

There are no tickets for services. We very strongly believe in our big open sided tent. Although we are grateful for donations, they are by no means required. Feel free to invite whomever you wish. Of course, if you would like to make a donation in addition to a book, please click on our Donations page.

Shana Tova V'mituka - Have a sweet new year

Shalom

 

For a map of Naz campus with the GeorgeHall click HERE



 

 


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