Hey, High Holiday seats are on us! Please come & bring your friends!

A word from the Rabbi




Chabad invites you to join us for inspiring and uplifting High Holiday Services on the Front Lawn of the Chabad Lubavitch Center (large all weather tent provided) located at 63 Vassar Rd., Poughkeepsie.


High Holiday Services

No membership or affiliation necessary
Warm and welcoming atmosphere
Traditional Services with contemporary messages
Hebrew-English prayerbooks provided
Large kiddush buffet following Services

Age appropriate prayers, songs and stories, fun and games, refreshments and prizes.

ROSH HASHANAH evening services:
Wednesday September 28 @ 6:30 PM
Thursday September 29 @ 7:00 PM

Morning Services: (First Day)
Thursday September 29 @ 10:00 AM
Children’s Program @ 11:00 AM
Shofar Blowing @ 12:00 PM
Mincha @ 5:30 PM
Tashlich Family Service @ Inn At The Falls @ 6:00 PM


Morning Services: (Second Day)
Friday September 30 @ 10:00 AM
Children’s Program @ 11:00 AM
Shofar Blowing @ 12:00 PM

Kiddush and large buffet following all Services.

For more information or reservations call Chabad at 463-5801 or e-mail chabadmidhudsonvly@prodigy.net.

For hotel accommodations at a discount rate please call Inn At The Falls @ 462-5770 and ask for Chabad’s special holiday rate.

Dear Friends,
As we approach the days of Rosh Hashanah, our hearts and prayers are turned towards our Father in Heaven beseeching Him to grant us all, and the entire People of Israel, a good and sweet year, a year of life, good health, peace, sustenance and all that we need.

To Jews, Rosh Hashanah isn’t just the beginning of the New Year. The term “Rosh Hashanah” actually means the “head of the year”. In the same way that a head contains the lifeforce for the entire body, so is the fate of every human being, and his destiny for the entire year, determined on Rosh Hashanah. Likewise, Rosh Hashanah is a time to reconnect with G-d and with our true selves as Jews. The inspiration and the resolutions we make on Rosh Hashanah impact the entire year.

rosh hashana

May G-d help each and every one of us to truly reconnect with our Father in Heaven and with the true meaning of what it means to be a Jew. May we merit to bring all the inspiration we feel during these days into practice throughout the entire year.

So while G-d is everywhere, this Rosh Hashanah, try to attend shul to reconnect with G-d and your fellow Jews. Remember that we are part of a G-dly People with a special G-dly mission.

Come hear the shofar on this coming Wednesday & Thursday, both days of Rosh Hashana. The Shofar is an expression of our inner being calling out to G-d. Come to Tashlich on Thursday (first day of Rosh Hashana) -wash away the past and make a new beginning.

As we ask G-d to give us a better year, let us all resolve to better ourselves as well.

Anyone is welcome to join us for any, or all, warm , “user-friendly” Services and for any holiday meals. All Services and meals will be taking place @ the Chabad Lubavitch Center located at 63 Vassar Rd., in Poughkeepsie. You are all welcome! If you yourself , or someone you know, need(s) a place to go for the High Holidays, just come! You will be with family! If you need to reach us please call us @ 463-5801.

From our family to yours, best wishes for a healthy and sweet New Year with all of G-d’s blessings in all that you need, materially and spiritually.

Leshana Tova,

Rabbi Yacov and Hindy Borenstein and family


The Rebbe

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 Candle Lighting Times

 Poughkeepsie, NY   
Shabbat Candles
Eve of Rosh Hashana
Wednesday September 28


Light Candles at

6:25 PM


Thursday September 29  

Light Candles after 7:22 PM
Friday September 30
 Light Candles at 6:22 PM

Shabbat ends at
7:19 PM
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