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Rosh HaShana Schedule

 

Rosh HaShana - New Year 5782
Monday Eve, Sept. 6-Wednesday, Sept. 8

PREPARATIONS
Monday Morning, September 6
LABOR DAY LEGAL HOLIDAY

Morning Service with Selihot...............7:15 am

Monday Evening Candle Lighting........7:01 pm
Minhah/Arbit......................................7:00 pm

1st DAY ROSH HASHANA
Tuesday, September 7

Morning Services

First Outside Service...........................7:30 am
Et Shaarei/Shofar................................8:35 am

Second Outside Service.....................10:15 am
Et Shaarei/Shofar..............................11:05 am

Indoor Service.....................................8:00 am
Et Shaarei/Shofar...............................10:00 am

Junior Congregation..........................10:30 am

Public Shofar Service

Following Morning Services.................1:00 pm
Before Evening Services.......................6:50 pm

Minha/Arbit.......................................7:00 pm
Candle Lighting...........................after 7:41 pm

 

2nd DAY ROSH HASHANA
Wednesday, September 8

Morning Services

First Outside Service...........................7:30 am
Et Shaarei/Shofar................................8:35 am

Second Outside Service.....................10:15 am
Et Shaarei/Shofar..............................11:05 am

Indoor Service.....................................8:00 am
Et Shaarei/Shofar...............................10:00 am

Junior Congregation..........................10:30 am

 

Public Shofar Service

Following Morning Services.................1:00 pm
Before Evening Services.......................6:50 pm

 

Minha, Arbit, & Selihot.........................7:00 pm
Habdala...............................................7:40 pm

 

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FAST OF GEDALIA

Fast begins..............................................5:07 am

Morning Services......................................7:15 am

Minha/Arbit (with tefilin)..........................6:30 pm

Fast Ends.................................................7:38 pm

Emma Lazaraus

Emma Lazarus is best known for her famous poem, “The New Colossus,” inscribed on the base of the Statue of Liberty. 

1883
Crosby Street Synagogue

 In 1834 the congregation built a new synagogue on Crosby Street, between Broom and Spring Street.

1834