High Holiday Checklist

LULAV & ETROG

Order your lulav and etrog for the festival of Sukkot. They will be delivered to the JCCH and will be available for pickup before Erev Sukkot (Sunday, October 9). If you’ve ordered a lulav and etrog, please call the JCCH office to arrange a pick up (914) 835-2850.  Orders must be received by September 30th.

HONEY FROM THE HEART

Honey from the Heart is open for business and ready for your order! With an 8 oz gift jar of kosher honey at $13.00 per jar, you can send your High Holiday best wishes for a sweet New Year to friends and family.

You can order online by clicking HEREA shipping charge of $6.50 per jar is added to cover First-Class postage to U.S. destinations.

Proceeds from Honey from the Heart benefit ORT America and the JCCH.

Rosh Hashana 5783

Sunday, September 25 – Tuesday, September 27

Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
Sunday, September 25

5:30-6:00 PM Come and experience the start of Rosh Hashanah with Rabbi Siegel, Hazzan Arad, the Israeli Choir, Ronit, and your JCCH community. We will celebrate with song and of course, apples & honey.

6:00 PM Join us for our traditional Rosh Hashanah evening service in the Main Sanctuary.


Rosh Hashanah Day I
Monday, September 26

8:30 AM Main Sanctuary service beginning with Shacharit led by Rabbi Siegel.

9:00 AM Exploratory Service in the tent with Rabbi Mitch Cohen.

Noon Tashlich, led by Rabbi Siegel, Hazzan Arad, and the Israeli Choir.

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FAMILY PROGRAMS

10:30 AM All family programs in the Sanctuary to hear the shofar blow.

10:45 AM Tots Service (ages 2-5) led by educator and member, Judy Hoff.

10:45 AM Family Service (ages 5 +) led by Jeff Kelman.


Rosh Hashanah Day II
Tuesday, September 27

8:30 AM Morning Service in the Main Sanctuary service with Rabbi Siegel with Hazzan Arad and the Israeli Choir.
9:00 AM Exploratory Service in the tent with Rabbi Mitch Cohen.

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FAMILY PROGRAMS

10:45 AM Family service (ages 5 +) with Jeff Kelman in the gym.

11:30 AM Teen program with Jeff Kelman in the gym.

Yom Kippur 5783

Tuesday, October 4 – Wednesday, October 5

Yom Kippur Break Fast Kiddush

Welcome all JCCH family and friends.

Break your fast with family and JCCH friends. Enjoy a full, COMPLIMENTARY kiddush menu. Immediately following services on Wednesday, October 5th.

Please RSVP NO LATER than Friday, September 30th.

Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre
Tuesday, October 4

6:15 PM Kol Nidrei. Traditional service featuring Rabbi Siegel, Hazzan Arad, and the Israeli Choir.


Yom Kippur Morning Service
Wednesday, October 5

9:00 AM Main Sanctuary Service Rabbi Siegel, Hazzan Arad, and the Israeli Choir.

9:00 AM Exploratory Service in the tent with Rabbi Mitch Cohen.

12:30 PM Sermon by Rabbi Siegel followed by Yizkor.

5:00 PM Mincha (Afternoon Service)

6:15 PM N’ilah

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FAMILY PROGRAMS

10:45 AM Tots Service (ages 2-5) with Judy Hoff and Irit Hadari in the downstairs Kehilah classroom.
10:45 AM Family Service (ages 5+) with Jeff Kelman in the gym.
7:45 PM Final Shofar blast and Havdallah with ALL Ages!

SUKKOT 5783

Sunday, October 9 – Sunday, October 16

Sukkot is coming!

Order your Lulav and Etrog

Orders must be placed by Friday, September 30th!

and speaking of SUKKOT…

Join Deanna Miller and the sisterhood as we celebrate the mitzvah of decorating the JCCH Sukkah. Meet up on Thursday, October 6th, 2022, at 10:00 A.M. in the reception room and remain until we complete the job (usually by 3:00 P.M.). Please come and invite your friends!

Please reply to Deanna Miller if you are able to join us: dearob@aol.com or (954) 465-5296.