High Holy Days 2018 / Yamim Noraim 5779


Rosh Hashanah

Erev Rosh Hashanah*  -  Sunday, September 9, 6pm
Rosh Hashanah, Day 1* -  Monday, September 10, 9:30am
                 Tashlich - Monday, Sept 10, 5pm
Rosh Hashanah, Day 2*  - Tuesday, September 11. 9:30am

 Erev Rosh Hashanah is family friendly, RH 1 and RH 2 family services begin at 11am followed by children's programming and snacks.



Yom Kippur

       Kol Nidre*  -  Tuesday, September 18, 6:45pm
       Yom Kippur*  -   Wednesday, September 19, 9:30am
                          Study Session or Walk, 2:00pm
       Mincha, Avodah and Neilah*, 5:20pm - sundown
                          Tekiat Shofar, Havdalah, 7:39pm

Children's programming begins at 7pm on Kol Nidre, 11am on Yom kippur, and 6:20pm on YKpm. Snacks provided.

*Childcare available at all these times for ages 0-4. 
(Children and family services/activities coordinate with main services as noted above)

Ticket Information

  • Tickets are required for Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre and
    Yom Kippur services.

  • Childcare, children's and family programming are provided
    without additional charges and are coordinated with the main worship services.

  • MEMBERS: High Holy Day tickets are included in membership benefits for members and their children up to age 22.  Members may also purchase additional tickets for guests. (Please log in to access these forms).

  • BE OUR GUEST(S)!: If you are not a member of West End Synagogue, we would love to host you for the High Holy Days.
    Please download the Guest Ticket Order Form HERE, or call the Synagogue office (212) 579-0777 for more information.

  • Call Cantor Ayelet at ext. 229 for special family member rates!

Services take place at a different location. For more information,
call Synagogue Administrator Joan Erber at (212) 579-0777
or email wesoffice [at] westendsynagogue.org.






190 Amsterdam Avenue (at 69th Street)
New York, NY 10023
Phone: (212) 579-0777
Fax: (212) 579-2669
Email: office [at] westendsynagogue.org
Affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist movement, Reconstructing Judaism

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