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Join us for High Holidays at Chabad Jewish Center of Rancho S. Margarita in our spacious, comfortable location, where the prayers are warm, the people friendly, and where everyone feels at home.
Our services are open to all, regardless ofbackground or affiliation. Our style is friendly and welcoming.
The services are traditional, conducted with the beginner in mind. Portions of the prayers are read in English and a running commentary accompanies the entire service, including stories, humor, inspirational thoughts, teachings about the prayers.
Additionally, the outdoor, lake-front Tashlich ceremony on the evening of the first day of Rosh Hashana is a warm, light, community-wide event (details below).
CHILDREN We offer an excellent children's program during the main services. The program is geared for children ages 3-12. The children’s program aims to engage participants in a hands on way- with games, stories, songs, refreshments, contests and prizes. There is no charge for this program, however an RSVP is appreciated so that we can be prepared for your child.
Start the new year with family over a delicious dinner, with traditional Rosh Hashana tastings. Fun, friendly, warm atmosphere, good food, inspirational insights, children's play area. Click here to go to main dinner page and to pay and rsvp. Enjoy a delicious four-course festive meal complete with round raisin challah, apples and honey, traditional gefilte-fish, salads, chicken matzah-ball soup, chicken entree, and more together with great spirit, friendship, and inspiration.
COST AND RESERVATION
There is no charge or membership fee to attend the services. They are open to the community. Your donation of choice is greatly appreciated
and enables us to continue our vital work in the community
If you plan on coming, please rsvp and help us better prepare for you and your family. If you are yet uncertain about who will be coming or to which service, please feel free to RSVP anyhow and just indicate this uncertainty in the comments. LOCATION: