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High Holidays

High Holidays


The High Holidays 2017 (5778)

Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur with Chabad of Cary


Dinner Buffet Following Rosh Hashana Evening Service & Children's Service with Rabbi Yisroel

High Holiday Services Will Take Place at One Eleven Place. 111 Realtors Way Cary NC. 

SHANA TOVA! Happy New Year! The High Holidays are a unique, in that so many of us come together at services, reflecting on the past year and passionately hopeful for the year to come. Our community is the center and the energy for everything we do, all we are, and everything we hope for at Chabad. That makes the High Holidays a very special time for us at Chabad.

Everyone is warmly welcomed. The services are refreshingly casual and easy-to-follow. Rabbi Yisroel and Daniel Cotlar lead the services with lively singing. In addition to the main sermons, participants are walked through the services with Rabbi Yisroel's uplifting sermonettes that add meaning to each prayer.

And the kids will enjoy our fun and interactive Children's Service Rosh Hashana Evening & Day.

We don’t charge membership or for seats at the service. Instead, we are – wholly – sustained by local free-will donations.

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Schedule
All are welcome at our services - no tickets needed! For logistical purposes, we are kindly asking everyone planning to attend our High Holiday Services to reserve a seat.
Some common asked about services at Chabad
A holiday message from Rabbi Yisroel and Rebbetzin Chana Cotlar
We are excited about returning to the 111 Place for this year’s High Holiday Services. The beautiful setting will make for a more comfortable service for everyone. Using these facilities incurs additional expenses and we ask you to kindly consider making a donation ($72 individual/$125 family suggested) to help defray the cost of the rental.
Send a Shanah Tovah greeting card to friends and family! Wish them a happy and healthy New Year, and hey, maybe you'll get one back too!
The Day of Awe: Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.