Although things have improved since last year, we know that this year is different. Some of us are comfortable joining indoor services with masks. Some prefer outdoor services. Others will be celebrating at home. Our goal is to try and offer something for everyone to be able to celebrate the High Holidays in whatever way they are comfortable. Here are the available options:

Indoor services will be meaningful and inspiring, in a safe and welcoming atmosphere. Our services are refreshingly casual and easy to follow. The English-Hebrew annotated prayer book, along with song and commentary, make everyone an active participant.

Masks are required. There is no cost for services, but reservations are requested as space is limited. You can reserve your spot here.

Outdoor services will be offered on Tuesday afternoon, September 7. There will be a short Outdoor Shofar Blowing & Tashlich Service in Cranes Roost Park.

If you plan to celebrate at home, and would like to borrow a Machzor (Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur prayer book) we would be happy to lend one to you.

You may see yourself as unaffiliated, Reform, Conservative, or Orthodox. At Chabad, we see you as Jewish. No Labels. No differences. Chabad is home for every kind of Jew.

So you're invited! All you have to do is let us know your plans with this online form.

If there is anything else we can do to help enhance your holidays, or if we can help in any other way, please call Chabad at 407.720.8111.

A shul is more than just a synagogue or temple. A shul (Yiddish for a place of prayer and study), is a home for any Jew looking for a warm and spiritual place to grow. At Chabad, everybody's welcome. Come when you want. Leave when you want. Bring the whole gang. And while the kids are making new friends at their special "kid-friendly" service, treat your soul to something special. With a "come as you are" attitude, you'll feel right at home. No matter where you live, work or study, if you are looking for a place to express your soul, this shul's for you.

A Jew is a Jew. Period. We are one people; we have one Torah, and we have one G‑d. Chabad endeavors to bring unity to the Jewish Community through our common bond of Jewish faith and observance. At Chabad, we don't label ourselves, and we don't label others. We're just Jewish.

Chabad is dedicated to helping every Jew increase their level of Jewish knowledge, enthusiasm and commitment. We encourage you to participate regardless of your background, affiliation or level of observance.

In no way is the commitment to a religious lifestyle a prerequisite to one's acceptance at Chabad. There are no judgements and expectations. You don't have to read Hebrew or have been to Israel. Our Hebrew/English annotated prayer books are user friendly, and during services, page numbers are called regularly so even a novice attendee will feel at ease.

Come get a taste of what it's like at Chabad. Join us for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services this year. Your soul will thank you.

Contact us with any questions.
Please don't hesitate to call us at 407.720.8111 or email [email protected]