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Services with Chabad of Alabama are designed to make everyone feel welcome and at home. The prayers, conducted with Hebrew/English prayer-books, are lively, engaging and inclusive – spiced with inspiring tunes and insightful explanations throughout – allowing all to absorb the experience at their own level. Whether you consider yourself Reform or Conservative, Orthodox or unaffiliated, Sefardi or Ashkenazi, well-versed or unversed; at Chabad, the labels and classifications fall away – as all stand equally beloved before G‑d. Sermons and announcements likewise speak to all participants, and are always topical, relevant, stimulating and enlightening.

There is no need for any tickets or membership to come to High Holiday Services. All are welcome.


Saturday, September 21

12:00am - Pre-Selichot Gathering
12:45am - Sleichot Services


Rosh Hashanah Evening- September 29

Light candles 6:16pm
Services 6:15pm

Rosh Hashana Day 1 - September 30

Services -  9:30am
Babysitting - 10:00am-2:00pm
Shofar - 11:00am
Musaf - 11:30am
Kiddush Luncheon - 1:00pm

Mincha/Tashlich - 6:00pm
Holiday Evening Services 6:15pm
Light Candles AFTER 7:10pm

Rosh Hashana Day 2 - October 1

Services - 9:30am
Babysitting - 10:00am-2:00pm
Shofar - 11:00am
Musaf - 11:30am
Kiddush Luncheon – 1:00pm

Holiday Services 6:15pm
Holiday Ends 7:08pm

Fast of Gedalia - October 2

Fast begins 5:24am
Morning Services - 6:30am
Mincha Services - 6:30pm
Fast ends 6:56pm

Erev Yom Kippur -  October 8

Light Candles - 6:04pm
Fast Begins - 6:04pm
Kol Nidrei - 6:00pm
Babysitting - 6:00pm-8:00pm

Yom Kippur Day- October 9

Services - 10:00am
Babysitting - 10:00am-2:00pm
Torah Reading - 11:30am
Yizkor Memorial Service - 12:00pm
Musaf - 12:15pm
Break 3:00 - 5:00 pm

Mincha - 5:00pm
Ne'ilah Closing Service - 6:00pm
Shofar Blowing - 6:58pm
Havdalah/Break the Fast - 7:15 pm