Local Options for a Jewish New Year and High Holiday Services

Services at Chabad of NW Metro Denver
Services at Chabad of NW Metro Denver – Photo taken before the holiday.

For the upcoming Jewish High Holidays, Chabad of NW Metro Denver invites residents to stay close to home and join them for meaningful and enjoyable celebration of the Jewish New Year and High Holiday season.

On Sunday evening September 13th the Jewish New Year will begin with a brief Rosh Hashanah evening service and followed by a delicious four course community dinner that will feature many of the traditional Jewish New Year foods and dishes.

On Monday and Tuesday September 14 and 15, Rosh Hashanah day time services will feature explanatory services along with the shofar sounding. The shofar is an ancient Jewish musical instrument fashioned from a ram’s horn.

A children’s mini day camp will be held during services. Refreshments and a luncheon will be held during and after services.

The Rosh Hashanah community dinner and daytime services will be held at Noah’s Event Center just south of 120th Ave in the Bradburn community in Westminster.

For Yom Kippur (September  22 – 23) services will move to the Ramada Plaza Hotel on the south east corner of i-25 and 120th Ave. in Northglenn.

All High Holiday services will include a Hebrew/English prayer books and accompanied by stimulating commentary and children’s programs.

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 and a complete schedule of services and the children’s mini camp. please contact Rabbi Benjy Brackman at 720-984-5805 or visit www.COJewish.com

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

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

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