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  • Kids Rosh Hashana ExperiencePlease join us for an array of super fun activities to get the kids excited and in the spirit of celebrating the Jewish New Year! Shofar factory workshop, crafts and more!



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  • High Holiday ServicesDuring the High Holidays, the doors to heaven are open to all... So are ours! Join us for warm, welcoming, meaningful and uplifting holiday services Read More
  • Join us for Rosh HashanahCelebrate the new year with family and community. Services, Kid's service, community dinner and more! Listen to the sound of the shofar and be ready for a brand new year! Read More
  • Hebrew SchoolChabad Hebrew School offers a friendly and stimulating environment, where children can embrace their Jewish roots and gain a true sense of Jewish pride. Registration open for children ages 6-11. More Info
  • Chai ClubThe Chai Club is comprised of individuals committed to the financial support of our center. Monthly donations in multiples of $18 add up and make a great difference! Read More
  • Bat Mitzvah ClubIf you're a Jewish girl aged 11-13, join us at the Bat Mitzvah Club. We're sharing fun crafts and deep conversation plus tips, trips and tricks that can make your Bat Mitzvah power last a lifetime.
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Tishrei 1, 5778
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Daly City, CA 94015
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    Dawn (Alot Hashachar)

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    Earliest Tallit (Misheyakir)

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    Sunrise (Hanetz Hachamah)

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    Latest Shema

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    Latest Shacharit

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    Midday (Chatzot Hayom)

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    Sunset (Shkiah)

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    Midnight (Chatzot HaLailah)

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Weekly Magazine
An overview of Rosh Hashanah's custom's and traditions.
Many have the custom to begin the Rosh Hashanah meals with round challahs, often filled with raisins and sweeter than usual. Here's why.
By adolescence I was doing my own thing on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur—and it wasn't anywhere near a synagogue.
Chaim has a neurological condition and developmental disability. Tamar has Down syndrome. What a wonderful match!
He’s refused to eat for the past four weeks. The doctors say that his organs are starting to shut down . . .
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