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WANT TO COME TO SHUL? 

Please read carefully: 

All services are by reservation ONLY.

Since reservations will be mandatory, reservations will be free. But this year especially, we are depending on your generous support. The reservation form will be followed by an optional donation page and we ask you to give according to your means with a big, happy heart and help us meet our High Holiday fundraising goal

All participants will be asked to:

1. Have their temperature taken (contactless) before entering

2. Use hand-sanitizer upon entering

3. Wear a mask 

4. Maintain 6-ft physical distancing from others (besides immediate family members)

5. IMPORTANT: Respect the comfort level of others in attendance and make special efforts to make everyone feel comfortable, happy and safe

Helpful Pointers:

1. We will not be providing Tallits or Women's Head-Coverings - please bring your own

2. We will be providing Kippahs - please use and take home with you; do not return them to the bin

3. We will be providing disposable, single-use masks

4. We will be starting the services with the Torah reading. Shacharit should be done at home before arriving.

5. Machzors will be available for use at these services. But if you wish to purchase a  Machzor (to recite Shacharit at home, for instance) you can do that here. If you wish to borrow a Machzor from Chabad of Calabasas, please contact us.

ROSH HASHANAH SCHEDULE AND RESERVATIONS HERE

YOM KIPPUR SCHEDULE AND RESERVATIONS HERE 

GOING TO BE STAYING HOME?

When the novel coronavirus swept across the globe in the weeks before Passover, there was a frenzied panic as we prepared to celebrate the holiday alone, physically distant from our extended family and friends.

Six months later, a lot has changed. Many of us have begun to venture out (masked, of course), and some synagogues have reopened (in a limited fashion). Yet, for millions, the situation is essentially the same, as they patiently bide their time before they will once again mingle with others.

If you are planning to spend the High Holidays at home, we've got tips and resources just for you, including: An abridged Machzor companion with key prayers for you to recite at home; tips for celebrating alone at home; guide for Yizkor at home; and much more.

Find it all here.