HIGH HOLIDAYS 2022/5783

Chabad UES High Holiday Schedule

Shabbos Shuva

Friday Night,  September 30

Candle Lighting 6:21 pm

Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbos 6:30 pm

Shabbos Shuva

Shabbos, Day October 1

Services 9:30 am

Grand Kiddush

Mincha 1:45 pm

Maariv 7:10

Shabbos Ends 7:18 pm

Havdalah and the Living Torah

Erev Yom Kippur 

Tuesday, October 4

The Mikvah is open for Men 

6:00 am - 2 PM

$25 fee

Free for Mikvah Members

Shacharit 7:30 am

Early Mincha (at Chabad) 1:15 pm

Fast begins 6:15 pm

Yom Kippur Eve

Tuesday, October 4

 

Kol Nidrei Services are at the Bohemian National Hall

321 East 73rd Street, Between 1st and 2nd Avenues

Light Candles and Yahrzeit candle (before coming to Shul)

Candle Lighting by 6:15 pm

Kol Nidrei 6:15 pm

Yom Kippur Day

Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Services 9:00 am

Children's program 11:00am -1:00 pm

Yizkor approximately 11:45 am

Mincha 5:00 pm

Neilah 6:00 pm

Fast Ends: 7:12 pm

First night of Sukkot

Sunday , October 9

Candle lighting 6:07 pm
Services 6:15 pm
Dinner in the Sukkah RSVP

First Day of Sukkot

Monday , October 10

Services 9:30 am

Lunch in the Sukkah RSVP
Mincha/Maariv 6:15 pm

2nd Night of Sukkot

Monday, October 10

Candle lighting after 7:04 pm 
(from a pre-existing flame) 
Dinner in the Sukkah RSVP

2nd Day of Sukkot

Tuesday , October 11

Services 9:30 am
Lunch in the Sukkah RSVP
Mincha/Maariv 6:15pm 
Holiday ends: 7:02 pm

Sukkot intermediate Days (Chol Hamoed) 
Wednesday, October 12

Thursday, October 13

Friday, October 14

7:30 am Services
Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot
Friday, October 14
Candle lighting 5:59 pm
Services 6:10 pm
Dinner in the Sukkah RSVP

Shabbat Day, Chol Hamoed

October 15

Services 9:30 am 
Lunch in the Sukkah RSVP
Mincha/Maariv 6:00pm
Shabbat ends 6:56 pm


Hoshana Rabbah

Sunday, October 16

Morning Services 9:00 am

Shemini Atzeret Eve

Sunday, October 16

Light Candles 5:56 pm
6:00 pm Services & Kiddush in the Sukkah

Hakafot! Exclusive at Chabad

Shemini Atzeret Day
Monday, October 17
Services 9:30am
Yizkor 11:45am
Lunch in the Sukkah RSVP

Simchat Torah Eve

Monday eve, October 17

Mincha / Maariv 6:00 pm 

Followed by Grand Kiddush
Candle Lighting after 6:53 pm 
(from a pre-existing flame)
8:00 pm:
Simchat Torah Street Festival
Hakafot & Childrens Activities 

Simchat Torah Day
Tuesday, October 18
Services 10:00 am
Early Brunch Kiddush
Hakafot
Conclusion of the Torah
Grand Kiddush
Mincha & Farbrengen  5:45 pm
Maariv & Havdalah 6:52 pm

 

Tishrei (Tishri), the first month of the Jewish year (the seventh when counting from Nisan), is full of momentous and meaningful days of celebration. Beginning with the High Holidays, we celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Ten Days of Repentance, Yom Kippur, Sukkot and Simchat Torah. Each one is filled with its own meaningful customs and rituals. Some are serious, awesome days set aside for reflection and soul-searching. Some are joyous days full of happy and cheerful celebration.

All of these days are opportunities to connect, to be inspired, and to become more fulfilled and in tune with our true inner selves. Tishrei is considered the “head” of the year, and the reservoir from which we draw our strength and inspiration throughout the year ahead.

If the year is a train, the High Holidays (AKA High Holy Days) are its engine. A delicate blend of joy and solemnity, feasting and fasting, prayer and inspiration make up the spiritually charged head of the Jewish year.

The High Holiday season begins during the month of Elul, when the shofar is sounded every weekday morning, a clarion call to return to G‑d in advance of the sacred days that lay ahead.

The two-day holiday of Rosh Hashanah is the head of the Jewish year, the time when G‑d reinvests Himself in creation as we crown Him king of the universe through prayer, shofar blasts, and celebration.

Rosh Hashanah 2022 begins before sundown on Sunday, Sept. 25, and ends after nightfall on Tuesday, September 27.  Full Rosh Hashanah Calendar at Chabad

A week later, the High Holidays reach their crescendo with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement). Like angels, we neither eat nor drink for 25 hours. Dressed in white, we pray in the synagogue—united as one people, children of One Father.

Yom Kippur 2022 begins before sundown on Tuesday, October 4, and ends after nightfall on Wednesday, October 5.  Full Yom Kippur Schedule at Chabad

But it does not end there. The otherworldliness of the High Holidays is then channeled into the festive holidays of Sukkot and Simchat Torah, which bring the annual fall holiday season to a most joyous conclusion. Full Sukkot Schedule at Chabad. Full Simchat Torah Schedule at Chabad.

Join us at Chabad Upper East Side for inspiring and uplifting services and holiday celebrations, filled with melodies, insights, inspiration and warmth.

This year Rosh Hashanah daytime services will be held at the Bohemian National Hall and evening services will be at the Chabad House. All Yom Kippur services will be at the Bohemian National Hall. Sukkot and Simchat Torah Services and celebrations will be held at Chabad Upper East Side.

$180 donation includes all services (Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.)

Meal Reservations are $65 per person. 

 

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