High Holiday experience 2019 - 5780
 

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Rosh hashana eve

Sun, 29 sepT and Mon, 30 Sept

Prayer Service - 6:30pm
Festive Dinner - 7:00pm 

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TO BOOK A TICKET FOR ROSH HASHANA DINNER, PLEASE CLICK BELOW :

 

Rosh Hashanah day

Mon, 30 sepT & Tues, 1 Oct

morning prayers - 9:00am

SHOFAR - 12:00pm

Priestly Blessing/Mincha - 2:00pm

Festive Kiddush Lunch - 2:30pm
 
 
FREE, UNRESERVED SEATING AVAILABLE

To reserve a seat or to become a newtown Synagogue member, please click here

 
 

Yom kippur eve

tuesday, 8 October

fast begins - 6:45pm

KOL NIDRE - 7:00PM

FREE, UNRESERVED SEATING AVAILABLE

TO RESERVE A SEAT OR TO BECOME A NEWTOWN SYNAGOGUE MEMBER, PLEASE CLICK HERE 

Yom kippur day

wednesday, 9 October

morning prayers - 9:00AM

Afternoon Prayers - 5:00PM

FAST ENDS - 7:41PM

BREAK THE FAST FEAST - 8:15pm
$36 suggested donation
(Per Person)
Free for uni students
 

 
 

SUKKOT eve

Sunday, 13 October

evening prayers - 7:00pm 

DINNER IN THE SUKKAH - 7:30PM

$36 SUGGESTED DONATION
(Per Person)
FREE FOR UNI STUDENTS
               

Shabbat sukkot

FRIDAY, 18 October

SHABBAT PRAYERS - 6:00pm

DINNER IN THE SUKKAH - 7:00pm

$36 SUGGESTED DONATION
(Per Person)
FREE FOR UNI STUDENTS

               

SIMCHAT TORAH eve

monday, 21 OCTOBER

prayers, dancing with the torah and festive meal - 6:30PM UNTIL LATE 

NO charge
Catering sponsored by generous donors
                                                                      

simchat torah day

Tuesday, 22 OCTOBER

morning prayers - 9:30am,

followed by dancing with the torah and festive kiddush lunch 

 

 
 

Holiday Guide
High Holiday Prep
Rosh Hashanah megasite
Recipes
Yom Kippur megasite
Holiday times
E-Cards
 

High Holiday Picks
The High Holidays is a time when we reflect the past year, and affirm our membership for the incoming year in the Jewish nation. Take a few moments and read some interesting and new handpicked High Holiday features from our site. You’ll find something to share with your family, and perhaps gain a new perspective on the high holidays.