Darkhei Noam meets in the morning for every chag, although often not at night over the holidays. Our typical yearly schedule is below, although it is subject to change.
Davening times and other holidays details are posted online shortly before each holiday.
Selichot - We meet for the first Saturday night only, at 11 pm.
Rosh haShanah - We meet for all services except Mincha on the 2nd day at the end of chag. Details and seat registration are posted mid-summer.
Yom Kippur - We meet for all services throughout the day.
Sukkot - We meet at 9 am on both days of Sukkot and Chol haMoed Shabbat, although not in the evenings or Chol haMoed weekdays. We have a small sukkah available for community members to use throughout the week.
Shemini Atzeret - 9 am for Shacharit, although not in the evening before. Yizkor generally is not before 10:45 am.
Simchat Torah - We meet for hakafot and dancing at night, and then at 8:45 am for Shacharit. Our morning services provide a chance for all community members to receive an aliyah, and we serve a gala kiddush in honor of our Hatan Torah and Kallah Bereishit.
Purim - We meet in the evening and morning for services and Megillah reading.
Pesach - We meet at 9 am for the first days, Shabbat Chol haMoed, and last days of Pesah. We do not meet in the evenings. Yizkor on the eighth day is not before 10:45 am.
Shavuot - We meet for a vatikin minyan as well as at 9:30 am on the first day. We meet at 9 am on the second day, with Yizkor not before 10:45 am.
Tisha B'Av - We meet in the evening for Maariv and Eicha.