Learn more about the Jewish Holiday Calendar.
Hillel holds High Holiday services on the first day of Rosh HaShanah and on Yom Kippur at the Norman M. Fain Hillel Center at 6 Fraternity Circle. Services are open to students and to the general public. No tickets are required, however, non-students are asked to make a meaningful donation to Hillel. Services are led by Executive Director, Amy Olson, who is a trained cantorial soloist.
Erev Rosh HaShanah Service and Dinner
Sunday, October 2 6 pm Service, 7:15 pm Dinner
Rosh HaShanah - Day 1
Monday, October 3 9:30 am Morning Service
Tuesday, October 11 6 pm Service
Wednesday, October 12 9:30 am Morning Service; 5:30 pm Afternoon and Ne'Ilah Service; 7 pm Break-Fast
Hillel hosts a variety of Hanukkah activities which will be updated on the Calendar of Events. Hillel is known for its amazing latkes! Candles and hanukkiot (menorahs) are also available at Hillel.
This year Hanukkah begins on the evening of December 24.
Hillel will celebrate Hanukkah early with a party and brunch on Sunday, December 11 at 1 pm.
Passover takes place April 10-18. Hillel will host a First Seder on Monday, April 10 and will help to make arrangements for students to host their own second seders or enjoy a second seder with a local family. Please contact Amy for more information. Kosher for Passover lunches and dinners at Hillel are provided throughout the holiday by advance reservation.
Monday, April 10 6 pm
Yom HaAtzmaut-Israel Independence Day
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