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Chabad Rings in Jewish New Year with Festive Community Feast

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Noah’s Event Center in Westminster at 11885 Bradburn Blvd, Westminster, CO 80031

This Sunday evening October 2nd, the Jewish New Year 5,777 begins and Chabad of NW Metro Denver will ring in this momentous occasion with a festive community Rosh Hashanah feast that will feature many of the traditional Jewish New Year foods and dishes. The dinner will take place at Noah’s event center in the Bradburn section of Westminster.

The feast is an opportunity to celebrate the New Year and partake in it’s delicious foods while spending this special time with family and community.

In addition to explaining the significance of the unique foods and dishes, Rabbi Benjy Brackman of Chabad of NW Metro Denver will deliver a short Rosh Hashanah talk during the dinner. The dinner which begins at 6:30 PM is proceeded with optional High Holiday services at 6 pm.

Rosh Hashanah and Shofar services will also be held at Noah’s on the morning of October 3 and 4 with services beginning at 10:00 am. Shofar blowing at noon.

A special Family Service Children’s Program will held on October 3 & 4 from 10:30 – 12:00 pm. A luncheon will be held after services at 1:30 pm.

While there is a cost to join the Rosh Hashanah dinner, High Holiday services are free and open to the community regardless of background and religious affiliation. Tickets are not required however advanced reservations are appreciated.

For more information, RSVP and a complete schedule of services and the family children’s program, please contact Rabbi Benjy Brackman at 720-984-5805 or visit www.COJewish.com/HH2016.

 

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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