High Holy Days begin this year with Selichot services on September 16th and continue through Yom Kippur on September 30th. Tickets are still available but seating is limited, please call the office at 718-459-1000 or come and see us at 9730 Queens Blvd.
The holiest day of the year, when we are closest to G‑d and to the essence of our souls, Yom Kippur or “The Day of Atonement,” falls on Tishrei 10 (September 30th). Tickets are still available, please call the office for more information 718-459-1000.
Yom Kippur Kol Nidre
September 29th, 6:15pm
10:30am Torah Reading
5:30pm Nei’ilah and Ma’ariv
RPJC Hebrew School begins with a Back To Shul Sukkah decorating and lesson on the meaning of the holiday by our beloved teacher, Rabbi Yisrael Serok! Open to all, priority goes to RPJC students. Enrollment for the school is still open, we do not believe tuition should be a barrier to a child’s right to a Jewish education and will gladly work with those who need it. If you have any questions please email our Outreach Coordinator, Tzipporah Shapiro at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 718-459-1000.
Tishrei 1 and Tishrei 2 (September 21-22) mark the start of the Jewish New Year! Join us for our Rosh Hashanah services and contemplate the prayers and meaning of “all inhabitants of the world pass before G‑d like a flock of sheep.”
Erev Rosh Hashanah
September 20th, 6:30pm
9:30am Torah Reading
2pm Closing Benediction
7:15pm Minchah and Ma’ariv
Join the Breakfast Club in welcoming Rabbi Dr. Carmella Abraham Kubersky for her lecture Thirteen Attributes of Hashem! Rabbi Dr. Kubersky has a long and storied career as one of the first female ordained orthodox Rabbis in the US, as well as a champion of human rights reform. We are thrilled to have her!