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Rosh Hashanah: September 29 - October 1, 2019
Yom Kippur: October 8 - 9, 2019

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur davening at Darkhei Noam are communal and engaging services, led by over 20 members of our community. Women participate in ways that are unique to the Yamim Noraim davening - leading various piyutim during many of the services and some of the Shofar blasts. We also offer a full schedule of child care on all days.

NOTE: Registration for the High Holidays is closed. Please email Jordana to be added to the waiting list.

High Holidays Seats

Our pricing is as follows:

  Members Non-Members
Adult $175 $275
Student / Child $75 $150
Children's Programming $36 per child, $100 per family


Darkhei Noam does not turn anyone away from our services due to financial considerations. If you need assistance covering the cost of the tickets, please email

Our membership year begins in the fall. Click here to renew your membership or become a new member.

High Holiday Service Schedule

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services will be held at our usual meeting place, Manhattan Country School (150 West 85 Street, between Columbus and Amsterdam), with the exception of Kol Nidre, which will be at a nearby location to be announced soon.




Rosh Hashanah

  Sunday, September 29  
  Candle Lighting 6:24pm  
  Mincha/Maariv 6:30pm  
  Monday, September 30  
  Shacharit 8:15am  
  Mincha 6:30pm  
  Maariv 7:20pm  
  Candle Lighting 7:21pm  
  Tuesday, October 1  
  Shacharit 8:15am  
  Havdalah 7:20pm  
  We are not meeting for mincha or maariv on Tuesday.   



 Yom Kippur

October 8 & 9
  Kol Nidre   6:10pm  
  Shacharit 8:30am  
  Yizkor  not before 11:00am  
  Mincha  4:15pm  
  Neilah Est. start 5:30pm  
  Fast Ends  7:07pm  


Darkhei Noam relies on volunteers to assist in various ways throughout the chaggim. These include helping set up our space as well as ushering during davening. If you are available to volunteer, please email Jordana.

Child Care

Darkhei Noam provides youth programming and childcare for children ages infant through pre-B’nai Mitzvah age. Groups are lead by graduate or college students, all of whom have extensive experience in Jewish education and in working with these age groups.

If you need help or have any question, feel free to email Jordana.

Rosh Hashanah Hospitality

We would like to make it possible for people in our kehilla to have an opportunity to participate in warm and welcoming holiday meals on Rosh Hashanah with other members of the Darkhei Noam community.

If you would like an invitation, or if you know of someone in our community who would appreciate one, please let us know which meals at and use the subject line "Rosh Hashanah Guest." We will try to accommodate you.

If you will be hosting meals at home during Rosh Hashanah and can accommodate one or more guests, please let us know the number of guests you can host for which meals by emailing us at using the subject line "Rosh Hashanah Host."

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