As we progress through the year, the Jewish Calendar provides us with oases of inspiration and strength, known as the Festivals. Each Holiday has its particular character and message; all are important opportunities for reconnecting with ourselves, our loved ones and our G‑d. 


See all details, times and services for High Holidays at Chabad.

SUKKOT - Begins at sundown on Friday, October 2

  • Morning Services will be held on October 3 & 4 October 10 & 11

  • Enjoy the kiddush luncheon in the Sukkah; shake the Lulav!

  • Yizkor Memorial Prayer, Sunday, October 11 – approximately 11am

SIMCHAT TORAH - Begins at sundown on Shabbat, October 10

  • What a service! This might just be the fun-nest service of the year!

CHANUKAH - First Candle on Thursday, December 10

PURIM - Begins at sundown on Thursday, February 25

Get your masks and graggers ready …. here we go! Each year we celebrate with a wild Megillah reading. Everyone is encouraged to come in costume!

Megillah reading  is at 7:30pm

PASSOVER - Begins at sundown on Shabbat, March 27

  • Community Seder* Sunday, March 28 at 7:00pm

  • Daytime Services: March 28 & 29 and April 3 & 4

  • Yizkor Memorial Prayer, Sunday, April 4 – approximately 11am. 

*Join us for our Community Seder on April 8, a fun and creative experience! Space is limited and reservations will be required. Watch this website for more information as the time gets closer.

SHAVUOT - Begins at sundown on Sunday, May 16

  • All-Night Study Session, May 16 at 10pm

  • Daytime Services: May 17 & 18. All daytime services are followed by a dairy Kiddush luncheon!

  • Yizkor Memorial Prayer, Tuesday, May 18 – approximately 11am.

Tisha B’Av – Begins at Nightfall, Shabbat, July 17

Considered the saddest day on the Jewish calendar, a day we mourn the destruction of the Temples of old, we read the Book of Lamentations in a mournful tune. Services are 9:30pm.