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Holiday Date
September 15 - 25, 2023
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Shanah Tovah!

Celebrate the High Holidays in a warm and welcoming large tent, as you enjoy traditional and meaningful services and programs that are interlaced with contemporary and relevant meaning and messages. Whether it is the regular High Holiday Services in the tent or one of our shorter specialized programs, or the Community Tashlich Service, you are sure to find a meaningful and enjoyable experience that will help you begin your year on a high note.

Rosh Hashanah Community Dinner
Shofar & Tashlich at the Grist Mill
Services Schedule
What Are the High Holidays?

The two-day holiday of Rosh Hashanah is the head and beginning of the Jewish year, the time when Gā€‘d reinvests Himself in creation as we contemplate our relationship with G-d and reflect on our mission in this world. A week later, the High Holidays reach their crescendo with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) when we neither eat nor drink for 25 hours as we seek to connect with our inner core and soul and connect with G-d as we strive to improve and better ourselves for the coming year. 

Upcoming events
Apr. 01, 2023
Please join us for our weekly meaningful Shabbat Services which are open to all. The service includes the Shabbat prayers, the Torah reading, and a discussion on the messages. Families, adults ...
Apr. 02, 2023
Weekly Hebrew School Program for students aged 5-13. To sign up or for more info please visit www.chabadsudbury.com/chs
Apr. 08, 2023
Please join us for our weekly meaningful Shabbat Services which are open to all. The service includes the Shabbat prayers, the Torah reading, and a discussion on the messages. Families, adults ...
Apr. 09, 2023
High Holiday Appeal
Donate
This year more than ever your support matters and makes a critical difference to the work of Chabad Center of Sudbury in strengthening and sustaining our community and touching the lives of so many. The growth has continued (and the costs have increased) and an ever increasing array of families and individuals from young to old from the greater Sudbury area, are enjoying the beautiful and meaningful programs, classes, educational events, social and other support and so much more. 
As we approach the High Holidays, we ask you to consider making a an extra charitable gift to help support the important work of the Chabad Center of Sudbury in our very own community.
You can consider a one time gift or perhaps consider starting a monthly gift that will help support our community throughout the year. To do a one time gift use the link below, or to do a monthly gift and become a Chabad Partner use this link.