High Holidays
at Chabad of Mercer County - Princeton
Service Schedule
Rosh Hashanah Evening - September 20th

Candle Lighting: 6:41 PM 
Evening Service: 6:30 PM

Rosh Hashanah Day 1 - September 21st

 Morning Service, Torah Reading and Shofar Blowing: 10:00 AM
Tashlich Ceremony: 5:30 PM
Special Shofar Blowing Followed by Mincha: 6:00 PM
Light Candles After: 7:37 PM

Rosh Hashanah Day 2 - September 22nd

 Morning Services, Torah Reading & Shofar Blowing: 10:00 AM
Light Shabbat Candles: 6:37 PM 
Evening Services: 6:30 PM

Yom Kippur Night - September 29th
Fast Begins: 6:26 PM
Kol Nidrei Services: 6:15 PM SHARP
Yom Kippur Day - September 30th

 Morning Services, Torah Reading & Yizkor: 10:00 AM
Mincha and Neilah Service: 5:45 PM SHARP
Fast ends followed by Break Fast: 7:22 PM

Rosh Hashana services will be held at Chabad of Mercer County - Princeton
731 Princeton Kingston Road
Yom Kippur Services will be held at the Hampton Inn & Suites Robbinsville, 153 W Manor Way, Robbinsville, NJ 08691. Click  HERE for more info on hotel accommodations. 

In the late afternoon of Rosh Hashana, the entire community joins together in a proud processional for the observance of "Tashlich".  Representing the themes of renewal and rejuvenation, this tradition also has a way of demonstrating a spirit of communal solidarity as young and old march and sing together while en route to perform a fascinating mitzvah.
Meet us at Chabad at 5:30 PM on Thursday, September 21st and we will walk together to perform the Tashlich Ceremony.
Increase your generosity of Tzedakah (charity) during the High Holiday season. \"Repentance, Prayer and Charity take away the severity of the decree\".
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