High Holiday Services | 5782

at B’nai Abraham Chabad of Philadelphia | Society Hill

What are “User-Friendly” Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah services?

Our spiritual leaders as well as our host lay leaders aim to make your High Holidays a truly meaningful experience. They will walk you through the prayers and provide explanations and anecdotes throughout the services.

Services are free of charge (no high holiday tickets required).

Donations are always welcome and appreciated

Services are 100% free, but for security purposes please complete our 1-minute registration form below.
We look forward to personally welcoming you to B’nai Abraham Chabad!

Face-Coverings are required.



Please fill out form by clicking link below:

High Holidays 5782 Reservation Form




Monday, September 6th

Evening Services: 7:00pm


Tuesday, September 7th

Morning Services: 8:45am

Mincha Afternoon Services: 5:30pm followed by a walk to the Delaware River.

Outdoor Shofar ceremony and Tashlich, when we symbolically cast our sins away: 6:30pm

Evening Services: 8:00pm


Wednesday, September 9th

Morning Services: 8:45am

Evening Services: 7:00pm



Wednesday, September 15th

Kol Nidrei Services: 7:00pm

Thursday, September 16th

Morning Services: 8:45am

Afternoon Services: 5:00pm



Tuesday, September 7th | 1:30 PM

Wednesday, September 8th | 1:30 PM

Register here for the Shofar Ceremony

Participate in the Yizkor Memorial
(select ‘yizkor book’ from the drop down menu for purpose of donation)

Yizkor Memorial Web Page

It’s time to prepare our 5782 High Holiday Virtual Yizkor Memorial Book. This web page will include a special section dedicated to departed family and friends whom we wish to remember. It’s not necessary to be a member of the congregation to memorialize your loved ones. For each person that you would like to honor, kindly send $18 and provide us with your name and the name of your loved one. Please don’t delay and submit your names today!

Payments can be mailed to B’nai Abraham Chabad, 527 Lombard Street Philadelphia PA 19147, or click here to participate in the Yizkor Memorial Booklet 

If you are interested in becoming a member of B’nai Abraham, please see our membership page.