A community synagogue for progressive Conservative Judaism, welcoming to all.
Rosh Hashanah September 20 – 22 ~ Yom Kippur September 29 – 30
We are looking forward to seeing you at High Holiday services at the JCCH.
This portal will provide some important information about the holidays, including dates and times of services, ticketing, guest policy, security, babysitting, and more. We hope you find it helpful.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the synagogue office at 914.835.2850. Our staff will be happy to help you.
Best wishes for an enjoyable rest of the summer and for meaningful holidays for you and your family.
Main Sanctuary Service
Join us in the JCCH’s Javitch Sanctuary for stirring High Holiday services led by Rabbi Eytan Hammerman and our new Cantor, Marcos Askenazi.
As in years past, this service will be further enhanced by the participation of our Israeli Choir under the leadership of Erez Tal.
Our Parallel Exploratory Service takes place in the more intimate setting of our Small Sanctuary. Join Rabbi Mitch Cohen as he leads an exploration of the meaning of our prayers and the relevance of Judaism and the High Holidays to our lives.
This service is open to all.
An Introduction to the High Holiday Service
Led by Rabbi Richard Hammerman
In order to provide a meaningful and relevant High Holiday experience for all of our members and guests, this year we will present an “introductory-level” service. This will be an interpretive religious experience for those less familiar with Judaism, the High Holidays, and Jewish customs and teachings.
This new interactive, experiential discussion-based English-language service will also be appropriate for those who have no previous background in Jewish practice or thought—or in Judaism in general.
This program and service is open to synagogue members as well as children of members and their significant others.
Space is limited. Please RSVP to the JCCH office at 914.835.2850 or go to goo.gl/mQ9hbL to reserve your spot.
Rosh Hashanah Day 1
Thursday, September 21 at 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Saturday, September 30 at 10:30 am – Noon
High Holiday Babysitting
Available for children age 2 – 5 years on days
1 and 2 of Rosh Hashana and on Yom Kippur.
High Holidays 5778
Erev Rosh Hashanah September 20
Rosh Hashanah September 21, 22
Kol Nidre September 29
Yom Kippur September 30
Sukkot – first days October 5, 6
Shemini Atzeret October 12
Simchat Torah October 13