All ages Events

Rosh Hashanah Dinner and Complete Schedule

Sunday, September 29, 2019 - 18:30 to Tuesday, October 1, 2019 - 19:30 (ended)

The Kollel is the place to be for the High Holidays.

Note:Two locations:

Sunday Evening Services and Festive Dinner: Wosk Auditorium: 3476 Oak Street (At 19th ave.)

Day time (Monday and Tuesday services): Mel Lehan Hall (at the St. James Community Square): 3214 West 10th Ave. 

Rabbi Shmulik Yeshayahuʼs expressive services are humorous, meaningful and contain just the right amount of explanation and we are also very pleased to announce that Rabbi Yossi Goldberg will be making a special visit to be our Chazzan for the high holidays!!

No reservations or tickets required!

Special Kids Program both days!- Professionally supervised from 10:30an -1:30pm

We will be hosting services with prayer books in English and Hebrew so that everyone will know exactly what’s going on.


Rosh Hashanah Dinner 


Students, Young Adults, Professionals, Couples, Families, etc. all come together to celebrate with us. 

Please RSVP


Sunday, September 29th

Evening Service: 6:30PM

Candle Lighting: 6:37PM

Community Rosh Hashanah Dinner: 7:00PM

Monday, September 30th

Morning Service: 10:00AM - 1:30PM

Blowing of the Shofar: 11:45AM

Tashlich @ Kits pool: 6:45PM

Tuesday, October 1st

Morning Service: 10:00AM - 1:30PM

Blowing of the Shofar: 11:45AM

Mincha and Maariv for Monday and Tuesday of Rosh Hashanah will be at the Kollel (1965 West Broadway) at 6:30PM. The Holiday ends on Tuesday, Oct.1st at 7:29PM.

No charge, donations gratefully accepted

* Rosh Hashanah 2019 Menu



Challah Bread Hummus 

Marinated Eggplant




Pomegranate & Green Salad with Apples, Mango & Pomegranate Seeds

Red Cabbage Salad (Orange-Whole Candied Walnuts-Sesame)

Green Thai Salad (Romaine Hearts-Cherry Tomato-Cucumber-Mushroom-Red Onion-Scallion)



Honey Butternut Squash Soup



Crust less Spinach Mushroom Pie

Basmati Rice with Raisins & Caramelized Onions

Sweet Potato Pie

Crispy Green Beans with Cremini Mushrooms in Teriyaki Sauce



Roasted Honey Herb Chicken

Stuffed Bell Pepper (Vegetarian Option)



Fresh Fruit Platter

Assortment of Cookies

Dates Honey Cake


Traditional symbols for Rosh Hashanah on the table:

Dates-Beans-Leeks-Beets-Gourd-Pomegranate-Cut Apples –Honey-Fish Head


All ages