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CHOOSING A ROSH HASHANAH MINYAN TIME
We will do everything in our power to ensure that every ASBI member has a spot at a Rosh Hashanah minyan. Members are entitled one space per family member. This year, this includes all adults and children within one year of becoming bar or bat mitzvah. Information about children’s programming is forthcoming, but please be aware that this year’s programming will be shorter and less robust than in years past.

MINYAN SAFETY
We will have a variety of safety protocols in place to ensure the safety of those attending, including requiring masks and social distancing. There is an inherent risk in any group activity, so if you have an increased risk, please consult with your doctor if it is safe for you to participate.

Please note that our ability to gather indoors as well as outdoors is subject to relevant public health guidance and medical advice. Reservations are required to attend - please make your request now. We may not be able to let those without a reservation join us on Rosh Hashanah as we must limit our numbers to adhere to public safety guidelines.

REQUIREMENTS TO ATTEND
Please note that you must be an ASBI Member in good standing to reserve a High Holiday minyan spot. Questions about your membership account? Email shul@asbi.org.

GUESTS
The cost for guests is $110 per person. If you have guests attending with you, please include them in your request and select the guest payment section at the end of the form. If your guests are members in good standing at another shul, we are happy to offer them reciprocal admission free of charge. Please have a staff person at their shul send a note to ASBI via email (shul@asbi.org) or fax (773-248-5001) confirming that they are members in good standing.

SCHEDULE
We will have both indoor and outdoor minyanim at the following times. Exact start times may vary by 5 - 10 minutes.

Saturday, September 19 – Rosh Hashanah Day 1
7:30 AM (Shacharit, Torah Reading, Mussaf)
10:00 AM (Shacharit, Torah Reading, Mussaf)
12:00 PM (Mussaf)
1:30 PM (Mussaf)

Sunday, September 20 – Rosh Hashanah Day 2
7:30 AM (Shacharit, Torah Reading, Shofar, Mussaf)
10:00 AM (Shacharit, Torah Reading, Shofar, Mussaf)
12:00 PM (Shofar and Mussaf)
1:30 PM (Shofar and Mussaf)
4:00 PM (Outdoor Shofar)


 

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Sat, December 5 2020 19 Kislev 5781