2017 High Holiday Registration

Join Hillel and connect with your peers and the themes of the High Holidays in a number of ways!
Rosh Hashanah services and meals begin Wednesday, September 20.

Check out the video below to get more info on High Holidays at Michigan!

FREE tickets are required for students for all High Holiday services.
Services times and locations vary, see full schedule on the events calendar.

*BEFORE you register for High Holiday services and meals at Hillel,
please update your information so we can send you relevant information and upcoming events.

STUDENT REGISTRATION

  • Please fill out our Student Info Form located here  to be sent to the High Holiday registration page.
  • Did you do it last year? Please re-enter your info and update your interests so we have the most relevant and updated info for you.  Upon completion, you will be redirected to the High Holidays Registration page.

Community Members may scroll to the very bottom for a direct link to their Registration Form.

Rosh Hashanah Programming
Alternative Service: Sounds of the Shofar in the Arb
Thursday, September 21, 9:30 – 10:30 am
Wander through the arb, listen to the sound of the shofar in nature, reflect on the past year while dreaming of the possibilities
in the year to come.
Meet at Mary Markley Dormitory. Contact Jamie w/ questions.
Friday, September 22nd, 3:00pm
Paddle, Play and Ponder as we travel down Huron River for a Tashlikhceremony. Cast away whatever you have been carrying this past year!*
Feed the ducks and your soul!
 *There will also be Tashlikh at the Arb Thursday Sept 21
 leaving from the League at 12:30pm, and leaving from Hillel at 4pm.
 
 High Holiday Food Drive
 Rosh Hashanah – Yom Kippur

Support Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County’s Food Pantry by donating food, cleaning and personal hygiene products throughout the holiday season. Pick up a bag and drop off your donation at Hillel.
 
Want to help bring donations over? Contact Rebecca
Special for First year Students ONLY on Yom Kippur: 

New Spaces, New Faces, New Year”

Join Haley and other first-year students on Yom Kippur to debrief the first month of school and learn about what Judaism says about big transitions! Submit anonymous questions, concerns, or thoughts ahead of time to hear what other first-year students are thinking and to learn you are not alone! A link to submit will be available starting about one week prior to Yom Kippur.

WHEN: Saturday, September 30th from 2:00pm-3:30pm


Community Members & Friends of Michigan Hillel:

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