The Shul has left the building! Chabad will follow health guidelines by holding services in open outdoor tents with social distancing and masks. If that doesn’t work for you, we will be able to sound the Shofar for you after services for an outdoor, individual shofar-blowing. Ten minutes from start to finish, and you did the mitzvah (commandment) of the day! 

Start your year on a high note with Chabad of the Shoreline in Guilford. Enjoy an uplifting experience, no matter your background or affiliation. Our warm and friendly atmosphere will feel like home! You will enjoy stories & explanations in English throughout the service, lively singing, and a children’s program. No tickets, no memberships. But donations are welcome, and please RSVP. If you know someone looking for a place for the holidays, send them to Chabad!

Location: Space is limited because of Covid-19.  You must RSVP to let us know when to expect you and we will send you  location and directions. Please click here to reserve a space!

Rosh Hashanah
FRIDAY, September 18
Afternoon & Evening Service
individually wrapped kiddush refreshments
6:30 pm
Morning Services 9:30 am
individually wrapped kiddush refreshments
1:30 pm
Evening Service
followed by individually wrapped kiddush refreshments
7:00 pm
Morning Services 9:30 am
Children's Program 11:00 am
Shofar Sounding 11:30 am
individually wrapped kiddush refreshments
1:30 pm
Shofar Sounding . Come by any time to hear the Shofar. 10 Minutes from a distance. Mask will be on Shofar too! 2:00-5:30
Afternoon & Tashlich Service:
Also Shofar blowing for those who did not yet hear
5:30 pm

Evening Services & Havdalla: 7:30 pm

Yom Kippur
Sunday, September 27
Afternoon, Kol Nidrei & Evening Services 6:00 pm
Fast Begins 6:21 pm
Monday, September 28
Morning Service 9:30 am
Children's Program 11:00 am
Yizkor Memorial Service 12:15 pm
Afternoon and Neilah Service 5:00  pm
Fast Ends 7:18 pm
Havdalla & Refreshments to break fast 7:25 pm