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High Holidays Online Reservations Covid-19 Era

  • Dear Friends,

    As the world still reels from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, we at the Chabad Center are well aware of the nervousness approaching the High Holiday season. All of us, unfortunately, have been affected by this unprecedented global pandemic, but we are committed to offer Judaism to all, in the safest and most effective way possible. As in years past we will still be offering the opportunity of a membership to each of you. During these past 5 months, the Chabad Center, as well as many of us, has experienced a financial void, and membership/seat dues will help us get through this. In our effort to be inclusive for families of every income level, Chabad Membership Dues have been designed to be as low as possible, and due to Covid, we have kept all of the rates the same as last year. However, if you are capable, please consider participating at a higher level of membership dues. This will allow us to cover our expenses and continue to expand our programs & services. If you choose not to become a member, you may certainly join our services, non member seating options can be found below as well. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds, please contact our office directly for any special requests.

    Patron: $5,000,  Pillar: $2,500,  Benefactor: $1,800,  Family Membership: $960
    Single Membership: $525

    Please see the schedule below for Rosh Hashanah (9/18-9/20) and
    Yom Kippur (9/27-9/28) 5781.

    We will be hosting indoor and outdoor services this year on Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur mornings. Masks must be worn at all times during the indoor service. Outdoor services will be held under a Tent.  The Shofar is not blown on Shabbos, this year the Shofer is only blown on Rosh Hashanah day 2.

    DUE TO THE NATURE OF THE COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES, YOU MUST RSVP & ADHERE TO THE TIME YOU HAVE CHOSEN & SAFETY MEASURES. 

    Rosh Hashanah:

    Evening services - Outdoors at 6:30PM Friday September 18th 

    Shabbos and Sunday Morning Services By Reservation:

    Service #1 - Outdoors - Selected Passages, Torah Reading, Sermon, (day 2) Shofar Blowing:
    From 10AM-11:15AM. This will take place outdoors, members of the same family can sit together, social distancing will be adhered to for non family members. 

    Service #2 - Outdoors - Family Oriented Service , there will be a children's program during this time.
    Selected Passages, Torah Reading, Sermon, (day 2) Shofar Blowing :
    From 11:30AM-12:45PM. This will take place outdoors, members of the same family can sit together, social distancing will be adhered to for non family members. 

    Services #3 - Outdoors - Selected Passages, Torah Reading, Sermon, (day 2) Shofar Blowing
    From 1:00PM-2:15PM. This will take place outdoors, members of the same family can sit together, social distancing will be adhered to for non family members. 

    Service #4Indoors - Traditional Full Service 

    All Prayers, Torah Reading, Sermon, (day 2) Shofar Bowing:
    From 10AM - approx. 2PM. Taking place indoors, in the Shul, with social distancing guidelines and limited seating.

    Yom Kippur:

    Kol Nidrei Services at 6:30 by Reservation (Sunday, September 27)
    Option A - Indoors, in the Shul, with social distancing guidelines.

    Option B - Outdoors _ members of the same family can sit together, social distancing will be adhered to for non family members. 

    Monday Morning Services by Reservation

    Service #1 - Outdoors - Selected Passages, Torah Reading, Sermon, Yizkor:
    From 9:30AM-11:30AM. This will take place outdoors, members of the same family can sit together, social distancing will be adhered to for non family members. 

    Service #2 - Outdoors - Family Oriented Service , there will be a children's program during this time.
    Selected Passages, Torah Reading, Sermon, Yizkor:
    From 11:45AM-1:45PM. This will take place outdoors, members of the same family can sit together, social distancing will be adhered to for non family members. 

    Service #3 -  Indoors - Traditional Full Service:
    All Prayers, Torah Reading, Sermon, Yizkor:
    From 10AM - approx. 2PM. Taking place indoors, in the Shul, with social distancing guidelines and limited seating.

    Mincha afternoon service at 5:45 PM outdoors.

    Neilah Services at 6:30 By Reservation Monday Evening 
    Option A - Indoors - in the Shul, with social distancing guidelines and limited seating.
    Option B - Outdoors - members of the same family can sit together, social distancing will be adhered to for non family members.

    We will also be having a children's program for young children (ages 3-10) on both days of Rosh Hashanah from 11AM-1PM and on Yom Kippur day from 11:30AM-1PM. 

    Please make sure that children sit with you during services (Older children (11+)  should sit with their parents), or have them stay with the children's program. Also please make sure to have all Cell Phones shut before entering services.

    This year we are again inviting everyone to donate to our security fund to help defray the cost of Security guards during services.

    We will be selling Lulav & Esrog Sets this year to be used on the Holiday of Sukkos. Price per set includes Lulav, Esrog, 3 Hadasim, 2 Arovos and Holders. There are four Levels of Quality. D -$55, C- $65, B - $75 A -$90. Please submit your orders here .

    Please make your reservations to join us on the holidays, for a truly meaningful and beautiful service. We will read selections from the service in English as well as in Hebrew. May the coming New Year be filled with the health and Mazel you deserve, and may G-d rid us of this dreadful pandemic today!

    Rabbi Michel & Chani Gurkov
    Rabbi Mayer & Chanie Gurkov
    Chabad Center of Passaic County

  • Members:

    Two Adult High Holiday seats are included with Family membership, or 1 seat for a single membership.
  • Additional Seats for Memebers

  • Non-Members

  • Children's Program

    $14 per Day per Child (Ages 3-10)
  • Endowing a Siddur/ Chumash

  • Yizkor Booklet

    We are approaching the High Holidays, a time when Yizkor memorial prayers are recited. With this in mind, we are offering you an opportunity to help remember your loved ones.
    We will once again be printing a Yizkor Book, a book of remembrance for the upcoming year. The booklet will list the names of your loved ones. The Yizkor booklet will be available at the Chabad Center on Erev Yom Kippur. By participating in this book, your loved ones will be remembered. 
     Click here to purchase a Memorial Plaque
  • Lulav and Etrog Order

    Purchased your Lulav and Etrog yet? You can purchase ready made sets which includes a Lulav, Etrog, 3 Hadasim, 2 Arovos and Holders
  • Sukkah Building

  • Security Fund

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