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Chabad of Springfield would like to invite you to join us for our High Holiday Services, enjoy an inspiring synthesis of delight for body and soul. The atmosphere is as physically comfortable as it is spiritually warm and inviting. Services are not only about prayers and rituals but moreover about celebrating one’s Judaism as a dynamic and enriching community experience — an experience harmoniously shared by Jews of any and all backgrounds.

As we draw closer to the High Holidays we want to wish you and yours all the best in the New Year and look forward to greeting you at High Holiday Services.

Chabad of Springfield offers some 200 programs throughout the year to the greater community, constantly innovating new ways to engage our Jewish population! Our Free High Holiday Services - "Don't Pay to Pray!" is only one of those approaches.

As our annual budget passes $150,000.00 and our direct engagement impact passes over 1,000, your support is needed more than ever! Chabad of Springfield suggests a donation of $150 per adult and $75 per child participating in High Holiday services! We also welcome sponsorships to help underwrite the High Holiday costs.

Checks can be made out to Chabad of Springfield

Address: 810 S. Springfield Ave. Springfield, NJ 07081

or Online via PayPal or email or by Clicking Here


Please click on the link above and join others in supporting our High Holiday services and efforts year round!

With blessings for a Happy and Healthy New Year, Shana Tova Umetukah in the merit of your generosity!

Chabad offers a delicious Kiddush-lunch free of charge after services both days of Rosh Hashanah and delightful breakfast at the conclusion of Yom Kippur. 

Whether you’ve joined Chabad for the High Holidays in the past or this is your first time celebrating with us, you and your family can look forward to celebrating the holy days enveloped by the uplifting spirit of discovery and solidarity.

With blessings for a Happy and Healthy New Year, Shana Tova Umetukah

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