All ages Events

Yom Kippur 2017

Friday, September 29, 2017 - 17:00 to Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 19:39 (ended)

 Yom Kippur Schedule:

New location!
We are excited to be renting the beautiful hall at the Holiday Inn on Broadway (
711 W. Broadway @ Heather Street) – they have a beautiful, large hall and will accommodate the hundreds of attendees that we expect in style! As always, reservations are recommended and there is no charge.

We will be at the Holiday Inn  at 711 West Broadway and Yom Kippur (September 29th & 30th) as well as Simchat Torah (October 12th).

We have also arranged for a group rate overnight rate for anyone that would like to rent a hotel room and stay on location.


*We have a block of rooms booked for anyone that would like to stay at the Hotel overnight for Rosh Hashanah and/or Yom Kippur. 

About High Holidays with the Kollel

Rabbi Shmulik Yeshayahuʼs expressive services are humorous,
meaningful and contain just the right amount of explanation.
We will be hosting services with prayer books in English and Hebrew
so that everyone will know exactly what’s going on.

We are very pleased to announce that Rabbi Yossi Goldberg will be making a special visit to be our Chazzan for the high holidays!!

 Rabbi Yossi has a beautiful clear voice that makes all our services a joy to listen to and easy to follow.

Special Program for Kids during Yom Kippur:
Drop your kids off from 11:00am–1:00pm (Yes, you have to take them back!) to our
professionally-supervised children's program.

Yom Kippur

Friday, September 29th

Last meal before the fast: 5:15pm

*Important* Please Register Here - there is no cost, but we want to make sure that we prepare enough food so that everyone coming can properly prepare for the fast. Please join us for a festive meal at the Holiday Inn on Broadway (711 W. Broadway @ Heather Street). We will be offering an all-you-can eat buffet in preparation for the fast.

Candle Lighting: 6:37pm

Fast begins at 6:50pm

Kol Nidre: 6:45pm

Saturday, September 30th

Yom Kippur Day Service: 10:00am–2:00pm

Yizkor: at Noon

A spiritual, educational and inspirational service

Neilah: 6:30 pm (last prayer of Yom Kippur)

Yom Kippur ends at 7:30pm. Light refreshments are served to break the fast.


Simchat Torah at the Holiday Inn (711 W. Broadway)

Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 19:00 


At the Holiday Inn on Broadway

Hoist the Torah scroll and dance, dance, dance! This is also a great time to check out the Rabbi's best moves.

Share the joys and inspiration of Simchat Torah with hundreds of people who come to eat, sing, dance and rock the lʼchaims.

The Kollel is THE place to be... don't miss it!

Simchat Torah comes on the last day of the festivities. At this time the last portion of the Torah is read, and since we never finish the Torah reading, we begin the reading from the very beginning again to show the Torah is beloved to us. This is a very happy occasion; all the Torah scrolls are taken from the Ark and carried in a parade around the synagogue seven times. We rejoice, sing and dance with the Torah.

All ages