HIGH holy days AT MSU HILLEL
Erev Rosh Hashanah - Sunday, September 29
Services at 6 PM / Dinner at 7 PM
Monday, September 30
Services at 9:30 AM / Shofar Service at 11:30 AM / Lunch at 1 PM followed by Tashlich at 1:45 PM / Evening Services at 6 PM / Dinner at 7 PM
Tuesday, October 1
Services at 10 AM / Shofar Service at 11 AM followed by Lunch at 12:30 PM
Kol Nidre - Tuesday, October 8
Pre-fast dinner begins at 6 PM followed by services at 7 PM sharp.
Wednesday, October 9
Services begin at 9:30 AM / Yizkor at 11:30 AM / Mincha at 6:15 PM / Ne'ila at 6:45 PM with a Break-Fast Meal to follow at 7:45 PM
Celebrate the High Holy Days at MSU Hillel. All services will be led by our Rabbinic Intern, Zöe McCoon. Both services and meals are free of charge to MSU students. Meals are $25 for parents, family, and/or community members. Please RSVP using the links below to ensure enough food and seating.
Need to speak with a professor about missing class or exams for the High Holy Days? Please feel free to use this attached letter (click here to download) if any professors have questions regarding any class that needs to be missed due to the observance of Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur. Printed copies are also available at Hillel.
We gratefully acknowledge James and Nancy Grosfeld and the Irving and Ethel Palman Foundation for leadership support of High Holy Day clergy. For more information, contact Robyn Hughey.