High Holidays - Uptown Chabad Lubavitch
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Holiday Date
September 25 - October 5, 2022

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We are offering multiple options to ensure that during COVID

FULL LENGTH OUTDOOR SERVICES  We will be offering full length High Holiday services in a very spacious and tall canopy / tent on a very large green space just south of Sheppard on Faywood. The seating will be organized in a manner that will allow for a full six feet of distancing in every direction between congregants who are not members of the same household. (We will also be publicizing the times of the most fundamental parts of the services to allow for those who may choose to attend for a shorter period of time.)

Under regular circumstances, Uptown Chabad takes pride in our welcoming open-door policy which allows for unregistered walk-ins to participate in our High Holiday services. Due to this year's circumstances, for those who would like to join us at Shul,  we can only provide seating to those who register in advance.

There are also capacity restrictions which means that we can only accommodate a fraction of the number of people that we usually host for services.

CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING  In a separate space on the same grounds and simultaneous to the adults services, we will be offering High Holidays children's programming in the outdoors with social distancing and all necessary COVID safety precautions.

SHUL COMES TO YOU  For those who are unable to attend services, we will make every effort to coordinate and "bring the Shul to you" by providing prayer books, an easy to follow how-to guide and a socially distanced visit from a rabbi to blow shofar for you just outside your home.

PRE HOLIDAY SERVICE ON ZOOM In the hours prior to sunset on the eve of Rosh HaShana and Yom Kippur, we will be holding pre-holiday services on Zoom.

High Holiday Appeal
Increase your generosity of tzedakah (charity) during the High Holiday season. “Repentance, prayer, and charity take away the severity of the decree”.