High Holy Days 5778

Saturday, Sept. 16 – Selichot – 9:30 pm service
Wednesday, Sept. 20 – Erev Rosh Hashanah – 7:15 Kiddush, followed by service
Thursday, Sept. 21 – Rosh Hashanah Day 1 –  9:30 am service, followed by luncheon
Friday, Sept. 22 – Rosh Hashanah Day 2 – 9:30 am service, followed by potluck
Friday, Sept.29 – Kol Nidre – 7:30 pm service
Friday, Sept 30 – Yom Kippur – 9:30 am service, 4:00 pm – Yizkor, 5:30 pm – Ne’ilah followed by break fast
Wednesday, Oct 4 thru Oct. 11 – Sukkot
Friday, Oct. 13 – Simchat Torah

Are you searching for a place to worship for High Holy Days? Are your children ready to start studying for their B’nai Mitzvah? You may wish to explore the benefits of becoming a member of Congregation Eitz Chayim in Cambridge.

For new members (individual or couple), Eitz Chayim is offering up to 4 seats for our High Holy Days services AND free tuition (for 1 year) for students enrolled in our Sunday School program (Pre-school through Bar/Bat Mitzvah).

To learn more about our High Holy Day membership special, or to obtain tickets for the High Holy Days contact Synagogue Administrator Paul Farwell, at ecoffice@eitz.org or call 617-497-7626.

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