Happy New Year!
Join us for the High Holidays at Chabad Lubavitch of Idaho

 
Rabbi's Message
 

We at Chabad Lubavitch of Idaho join you in hope and prayer as together we approach the new Jewish year of 5781.

Although we need to modify things this year due to covid-19, we will still observe the Holy Days. We'll listen to the call of the Shofar, taste the sweetness of the Apple-and-Honey, recommit to G‑d on Yom Kippur.

Join us this year for our limited programs—and with your pre-holiday preparation online.

Let us know if there is anything we can do to help you observe Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in the community and/or at home.

Wishing you a healthy, happy & sweet New Year!

 

 
SHOFAR SERVICE
 
Outdoor Shofar 5781 web.jpg
 

 
Service Schedule
 

Rosh Hashanah Evening // September 18

Candle Lighting: 7:30pm

Rosh Hashanah Day 1 // September 19

Morning Service: 10:00am
registration required
NO SHOFAR DUE TO SHABBAT

Rosh Hashanah Day 2 // September 20

Morning Service: 10:00am
WITH SHOFAR SOUNDING
registration required

SHOFAR SERVICE
1:00 PM
registration required

TASHLICH & SHOFAR
6:00 PM 
registration required

Yom Kippur Night // September 27

Kol Nidrei Evening Service: 7:15pm
registration required

Yom Kippur Day // September 28

Morning Service: 10:00am
registration required
Evening Services: 6:00pm
registration required
 

 
 
Tashlich Service
 
In the late afternoon of Rosh Hashana (second day this year), the entire community joins together in a proud processional for the observance of tashlich. Representing the themes of renewal and rejuvenation, this tradition also has a way of demonstrating a spirit of communal solidarity as young and old march and sing together while en route to perform a fascinating mitzvah.
 

 
     
 
 

 
Holiday Appeal
 
Increase your generosity of tzedakah (charity) during the High Holiday season. "Repentance, prayer, and charity take away the severity of the decree".
 
DONATE
 
 

 
Holiday Guide
 
Holiday Prep
Rosh Hashanah Megasite
Recipes
Yom Kippur Megasite
Holiday Times
E-Cards
 

 
Further Reading
 
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.