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Rosh Hashanah: September 9 - 11, 2018
Yom Kippur: September 18-19, 2018


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.

High Holidays Seats

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

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 info@dnoam.org

High Holiday Service Schedule

For Rosh Hashanah we will meet at 150 West 85 Street, between Amsterdam and Columbus (Manhattan Country School).
For Yom Kippur we will meet at 735 West End Avenue, at the corner of 96 Street (Emily Dickinson School)

 

 Selichot

Saturday Night, September 1
Held at 15 West 86 Street,
between Central Park West and Columbus (SAJ)

 

 

 

Selichot 10:30pm  
 
 
 
 

Rosh Hashanah

 
  Sunday, September 9  
  Candle Lighting 6:57pm  
  Mincha/Maariv 7:00pm  
       
  Monday, September 10  
  Shacharit 8:15am  
  Mincha 6:15pm  
  Maariv 7:15pm  
  Candle Lighting 7:54pm  
       
  Tuesday, September 11  
  Shacharit 8:15am  
  Havdalah 7:53pm  
  We are not meeting for maariv on Tuesday.   
       
 

 

 
     
 

 Yom Kippur

September 18 & 19
 
  Kol Nidre   6:30pm  
  Shacharit 8:30am  
  Yizkor  not before 11:00am  
  Mincha  4:45pm  
  Neilah Est. start 6:00pm  
  Fast Ends  7:41pm  

Volunteering

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 e-mail us.

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 e-mail us.

Wed, December 12 2018 4 Tevet 5779