Rosh Hashanah 5782, begins on Monday night, Sept. 6, and concludes on Wednesday night, Sept. 8., and Yom Kippur, which begins at sunset on Wednesday night, Sept. 15, and concludes on Thursday night, Sept. 16
The year 2021 marks 5,782 years of Jewish existence. As the 2021 High Holidays approach and the Delta variant of the coronavirus creates still a time of uncertainty, one sure constant will be the availability of safe High Holiday services at Chabad of Orange County in Goshen.
Rabbi Meir and Rivkie Borenstein said they are always working to ensure that Jewish people of all kinds everywhere in the county have the wherewithal to live and celebrate Jewishly.
“During these trying times we are here to help and accommodate the community “ said Rabbi Meir Borenstein. “’Don’t pray to pray ‘ is our motto so we are offering free seats to anyone who wants to join.”
They plan both indoor and outdoor events. Shofar on the lawn has all the highlights of Rosh Hashanah in an hour outdoors on the lawn at the new Chabad Center at 203 Main St. in the Village of Goshen.
That includes shofar blowing, apples and honey, warm short service and tashlich tradition together with individual wrapped lunch.
All our invited, though rsvp is greatly appreciated. Email email@example.com or visit chabadoc.com for the Facebook link. There is also a complete schedule of indoor services, too.