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High Holidays

High Holidays

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The High Holidays 2017 (5778)

Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur with Chabad of Cary
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High Holiday Services Will Take Place at One Eleven Place. 111 Realtors Way Cary NC. 

 

ON THE HIGH HOLIDAYS THE DOORS TO HEAVEN ARE OPEN... SO ARE OURS!

It makes no difference if you see yourself as Reform, Conservative, Orthodox or unaffiliated.

At Chabad, we see you as Jewish. No labels. No differences. Chabad is a home for every Jew!

Some highlights of the High Holiday services with Chabad of Cary:

  • Community Rosh Hashanah Dinner  
  • Hebrew/English prayer books provided 
  • Contemporary messages and insights by Rabbi Yisroel
  • Warm and friendly environment
  • Special children's program
  • No membership required (though reservations are requested)

Click Here to Reserve Your Seat

Whether your background in Jewish prayer and practice is extensive or limited, the services will leave you feeling enriched, connected, uplifted and energized to start your New Year in a most meaningful way. There is no mandatory seat charge, 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 commonly asked questions 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.
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