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High Holidays 5778 / 2017

High Holidays 5778 / 2017

Our schedule of events for Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and Sukkos in St. Louis.

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Join us for meaningful and inspirational High Holidays, where you will find a warm and friendly atmosphere, along with explanations and stories to enhance the traditional services and meals.

We welcome undergrads, grad students and their peers, and faculty, of all affiliations. Admission: No fees or tickets; RSVP's requested for meals; as always, donations graciously welcomed.

All events will be held at the Chabad House, 7018 Forsyth Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63105, which is a short walk from the South 40 and next door to ZBT.

Please click to RSVP for an upcoming holiday meal.
Click to download and print a handy schedule of our activities during the Sukkos holiday.
Join graduate students and young adults to break the Yom Kippur fast.

Details to follow.
As noted above, we’ve got a full schedule of meals and services. But, if for whatever reason you’re not going to make it to Chabad House, make sure to catch our 10-minute Shofar service on campus. Meet at the Clocktower any time between 5 and 5:20 pm, on each day of Rosh Hashana (Monday and Tuesday). We’ll sound the shofar, share a story and thought about Rosh Hashana, enjoy some honey cake, and you’ll move on.
Click to download and print a handy schedule of our activities during the High Holiday season.
Learn about the holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah. This mini-site features holiday overviews and in-depth readings, multimedia, and much more!
Send a Shanah Tovah greeting card to friends and family! Wish them and happy and healthy New Year, and hey, maybe you'll get one back too!
Join hundreds of WashU undergraduates to welcome the Jewish New Year! This event will be held in the courtyard behind the Chabad and ZBT Houses, a few steps from the South 40. You may wish to wear a sweater.
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