2019 High Holiday Greetings from the Rabbis of Chicago
Happy 5780! Find High Holiday Opportunities in Chicago! The city is full of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur celebrations. Let’s hear from the Rabbis themselves.
Find Your Tribe for the High Holidays on ChiTribe.
When is Rosh Hashanah 2019? #5780
Monday, September 30-October 1 2019
When is Yom Kippur 2019?
Wednesday, October 9-10 2019 | Fast Ends: 7:07pm
Rabbi Daniel Kirzane, Oak Park Temple
? September 30th Tashlich at Humboldt Park
Read more from Rabbi Kirzane on ChiTribe
Rabbi Scott Gellman, Temple Sholom | Makom Chicago
?️Makom Tickets are available for anyone between the ages of 21 and 34 for a special discounted rate. They include high holiday services an invitation to coffee with the rabbi.
?October 10th Special Makom Yom Kippur break the fast!
If you are a student with a valid ID, Temple Sholom offers free HHD tickets to ALL services
Rabbi Megan and Rabbi Ezra | Silverstein BASE Hillel
Featuring: Rabbi Megan and Rabbi Ezra ft. Paige, Brie, and Laura.
Rabbi Jeff Stombaugh, Mishkan Chicago
Being a welcoming community means our doors are always open to everyone. We understand that the full price of High Holiday tickets may be a barrier to entry for some. If our prices create a financial hardship, we’ve got options for you!
Read more from Rabbi Jeff on ChiTribe
Rabbi David Russo, Anshe Emet Synagogue
?️YAD Anshe Emet Tickets
? S’mores in the Sukkah | Thursday October 17 from 7-9pm
Rabbi Shalom Garfinkel, Project 613
Project 613 believes you can’t go into the High Holidays without preparation. Project 613 does not have official services, but you may join the Rabbi for services.
Matthew Charnay | Depaul Jewish Life
Featuring: Matthew Charnay, DePaul Jewish Student Life
Rabbi Brandon Bernstein | Fiedler Hillel at Northwestern University
Rabbi Mendel Matusof | UW Chabad in Madison, Wisconsin
Featuring: Rabbi Mendel Matusof of UW Chabad
Go Badgers! Shana Tova from Madison, Wisconsin and UW Chabad.
Calling all Rabbis of Chicago: Share your holiday opportunities with the Tribe!