A message from Rabbi Yisroel and Rebbetzin Chana


Dear friend,

We miss seeing you!

After months of isolation and hardship, we are in need of community, connection, and faith this High Holiday Season.

Things will look different this year.  Health is of utmost importance and we will be taking safety precautions seriously. But while the setting may be different, you can expect the same Chabad of Cary holiday warmth along with sermons that touch the soul

We are offering a variety of options for the different needs of our families. Services will be shorter this year. Groups will be smaller.  Safety information is online 

·       The main services will take place in our holiday shelter at Morrisville Community Park.

·       Family Services will also be outdoors at our holiday shelter.

·       On select days there will be indoor service at Grace Park for those wishing a more traditional service (limited crowd).

·       A virtual Kol Nidrei will take place just prior to Yom Kippur.

We are proud to offer services without tickets or membership but please reserve your spot soon.  Attendance at each service will be limited to maintain social distancing. Additional slots will be added online when the first slot is full.  With the situation constantly-changing, please confirm information online before the holidays.

For those unable to attend in person – we will be praying with you in our hearts. We hope to see you at our virtual programs and we’d love to deliver an inspirational holiday box to your door.

May G‑d grant us all a year of good health, joy, and Mitzvot – with the ability to celebrate Simchas together without worry or fear.

Shana Tova,

Rabbi Yisroel and Rebbetzin Chana