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Sunday– Thursday September 18-22
5:40PM // Mincha followed by Ma’ariv

Monday – Thursday September 19-23
6:30AM // Shacharit

Saturday, September 24
7:30AM //Hashkama (Early Shacharit)

9AM // Morning Service

EREV ROSH HASHANAH
Sunday, September 25
7:30AM // Selichot & Shacharit followed by Annulment of Vows
6:43PM // Yom Tov Candle Lighting*
6:45 – 7:30PM // Mincha followed by Ma’ariv @ CBI
*Note: Before a two-day Yom Tov, it is advisable to light a 24-hour yahrzeit candle or a seven-day candle, so that on the second evening the candles may be lit by transferring the flame from this preexisting flame.

1ST DAY ROSH HASHANAH
Monday, September 26
8AM // Morning Service
8AM-12PM // Youth Programming
9:15AM // Torah Service*
Shofar** not before 9:30AM
5PM // Communal Tashlich @ Strawberry Creek
6:45-7:30PM // Mincha followed by Ma’ariv @ CBI
After 7:38PM // Light candles from pre-existing flame
*The sermon will be delivered at the Allston Field before the Shofar service and at CBI after the Mussaf service.
**Note: Hearing 30 blasts of the Shofar is a Biblically ordained commandment traditionally fulfilled by both men and women. Those who are within reasonable walking distance and cannot be at CBI and wish to hear the Shofar should contact Rabbi Cohen.

2ND DAY OF ROSH HASHANAH
Tuesday, September 27
8AM // Morning Service
8AM-12PM // Youth Programming
9:15AM // Torah Service*
Shofar** not before 9:30AM
6:45PM // Yom Tov Mincha
After 7:37PM // Ma’ariv, Havdalah, & Yom Tom ends ***
*The sermon will be delivered at the Allston Field before the Shofar service and at CBI after the Mussaf service.
**Note: Hearing 30 blasts of the Shofar is a Biblically ordained commandment traditionally fulfilled by both men and women. Those who are within reasonable walking distance and cannot be at CBI and wish to hear the Shofar should contact Rabbi Cohen.
***Note: Havdalah is comprised of the blessing over the wine (borei pri ha’gafen) followed by the particular blessing of Havdalah (hamavdil bein kodesh l’chol). We omit the blessing over incense and candle.

FAST OF GEDALIAH
Wednesday, September 28
5:42PM // Fast begins
6:30AM // Selichot & Morning Service
6:35PM // Mincha w/Torah Reading & Haftorah
7:24PM // Ma’ariv & Fast ends

Thursday, September 29
6:30AM // Selichot & Morning Service
5:35PM // Mincha and Maariv

Friday, September 30
6:30AM // Selichot & Morning Service

SHABBAT SHUVA PARSHAT VAYELECH
Friday night & Saturday, September 30- October 1
6:35PM // Candle Lighting
6:35PM// Mincha & Kabbalat Shabbat
9AM // Morning Service
6:10PM // Shabbat Mincha
7:31PM // Ma’ariv, Havdalah & Shabbat ends

WEEKDAY SELICHOT & SHACHARIT
8AM // Sunday, October 2
6:30 AM // Monday, October 3

MINCHA AND MAARIV SERVICES
5:20PM // Sunday & Monday October 2-3

YOM KIPPUR
Tuesday & Wednesday, October 4-5

EREV YOM KIPPUR
Tuesday night, October 4
6:45AM // Selichot and Morning Service
4PM // Mincha with Vidduy
6:29PM // Candle Lighting
6:30PM // Tefillah Za’aka
6:40PM // Kol Nidrei*
6:43PM Fast Begins
* The sermon will be delivered at CBI on Kol Nidrei Night and at the Allston Field on Yom Kippur Day, prior to the Yizkor service.

YOM KIPPUR
Wednesday, October 5
8AM Morning Service
8AM-1PM // Youth Programming
10AM // Yizkor Service*
5PM // Mincha
6PM // Neilah
7:25PM // Shofar
After 7:25PM // Ma’ariv & Havdalah**
* The sermon will be delivered at CBI on Kol Nidrei Night and at the Allston Field on Yom Kippur Day, prior to the Yizkor service.
**Note: One is obligated to hear Havdalah after Yom Kippur before eating or drinking.

WEEKDAY SHACHARIT
6:45AM // Thursday & Friday October 6- 7

MINCHA AND MAARIV SERVICES
5:20PM // Thursday, October 6