The High Holidays
Rosh Hashana on Alumni Lawn 2018 5779!

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You may use the below schedule as a reservation and/or donation form, just check off what you'll be attending:

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Rosh Hashana is an awesome holiday, this year experience it! Join us for inspiring, exciting and uplifting services that are user friendly and dinners and lunches that are incredibly delicious.
The Chabad Rosh Hashana experience is geared towards every Jewish student regardless of background or affiliation. Services will include Hebrew, English, singing and stories and explanations.

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Dinners and lunches are all home cooked sumptuous feasts with different types of meats, Challahs, salads, soups, sides and desserts.
*** There is no need to buy a ticket, you can RSVP online

Rosh Hashana Night #1 on ALUMNI LAWN:
Sunday, September 9th
6:15 pm Services in Alumni Hall
7:00 pm Rosh Hashana Gala Dinner on Alumni Lawn! (RSVP required)
Join us for inspirational services and a delicious holiday meal!

Rosh Hashana Days at the Chabad House
111 23rd Ave. N, between West End and Elliston Place
Day 1 - Monday, September 10th

You are welcome to come to some or all of any of the services/ programs.

shofar.jpg 9:30 am    Morning Service
11:30 am   Torah Reading
12:15 pm   Shofar Service
The highlight and greatest mitzvah of Rosh Hashana, this is approximately 40 minutes.
12:45 pm   Musaf Service
followed by Rosh Hashana Luncheon
3 pm Tashlich walk from Chabad - Tashlich service at Centennial Park

Rosh Hashana Night 2 at Chabad House
Monday, September 10th
8:00 pm  Rosh Hashana Service at Chabad House
8:30 pm  Rosh Hashanah Dinner "Family Style" at Chabad House

Rosh Hashana Day 2
Tuesday, September 11th
9:30 am    Services 
11:30 am  Torah Reading
12:15 am  Special Shofar Service
12:45 pm  Musaf Service followed by Rosh Hashana luncheon

If you would like to contribute and be a part of it, it is very much appreciated, but we enjoy having you as our guests.


Yom Kipur 

"Where prayers are meaningful, people are friendly, and everyone feels at home"
If you don't know yet whether you will be joining us, come back and fill this out later.

Tuesday, September 18th

5:45 pm Pre-fast all you can eat Buffet at the Chabad House
     6:32 pm Candle-lighting, fast begins
6:45 pm Kol Nidrei Services at the Chabad House (this is the final location - we apologize for any confusion)

MachzorWednesday, September 19th at the Chabad House

10 am  Yom Kippur Shacharit Services
12:30 pm  Torah Service
1:15 pm  Musaf Service
*Yizkor Service - please RSVP if needed
5 pm Mincha Service

6:30 pm - Neilah (Closing) Services and Yom Kippur Highlight!

7:30 pm Mariv & Havdallah Service

7:45 PM- THE BIG BREAK FAST- New York Bagel Buffet & lots of good food!

*There is a suggested donation of 18 Dollars per day to help us cover the costs. No one will be turned down for lack of funds. You may enter in any amount you choose.*
* Credit Card- Donate Page  or Venmo or Paypal
Just put in the Comments Section-Yom Kippur 
*Checks may be written out to Chabad at Vanderbilt- 111 23rd Ave., Nashville, TN, 37203

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