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High Holy Days at USC Hillel

USC Hillel wishes you and your family a shanah tovah umetuka, a good and sweet new year!

 

As we prepare to welcome Jewish Trojans to our home on Hoover for the High Holy Days, we also recognize our responsibility to take every reasonable precaution to reduce the spread of Coronavirus in our community. Judaism informs our value for Pikuach Nefesh (preserving/saving life) above all else. Given the risk associated with the spread of the delta variant and the current trend in case rates locally, USC Hillel's 5782 in-person High Holy Day services and meals will be open only to current USC students, faculty, and staff participating in Trojan Check and subject to USC testing and tracing protocols. We kindly request that all university staff register in advance and contact us with any questions regarding attendance. We are hopeful that we will be able to welcome members of our extended Jewish Trojan Family (alumni, parents, and our Los Angeles community) back to campus for the Holy Days next year. For those seeking other in-person or virtual options for Holy Day observance this fall, we recommend browsing resources offered by the Jewish Federation or contacting your local synagogue.

 

Rosh Hashanah:

 Sunday, September 25 -

Tuesday, September 27

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 25th

Candle lighting 6:27pm

Services 6:30pm

Dinner 7:45pm

 

Rosh Hashanah Day 1

Monday, September 26th

Services 10:00am

Lunch 12:30pm

 

Rosh Hashanah Day 2

Tuesday, September 27th

Torah, Lunch & Learn 12-1:30pm

Shabbat Shuvah

Friday, September 30th

Services 6:00pm

Dinner 7:00pm

Yom Kippur:

 Tuesday, October 4 -

Wednesday, October 5

 

Kol Nidre

Tuesday, October 4th

Dinner 5:00pm

Candle Lighting and Services 6:15pm

 

Yom Kippur

Wednesday, October 5th

Services 10:00am

Yizkor 12:30pm

Mincha 6:00pm

Ne’ilah 6:30pm

Havdallah 7:09pm

Break Fast 7:15pm

Hillel will be open all day on Yom Kippur and will

offer Chag and non-Chag spaces

 

You do not need to attend services to attend the

break fast meal

 

Sukkot:

 Sunday, October 9 -

Sunday, October 16

Sukkot is a weeklong Jewish holiday that comes five days after Yom Kippur. Sukkot celebrates the gathering of the harvest and commemorates the miraculous protection G‑d provided for the children of Israel when they left Egypt. We celebrate Sukkot by dwelling in a foliage-covered booth, known as a sukkah.

 

 Sukkot Kick-Off

havdallah

dinner

Seniors Sushi & Sake

Tuesday, October 11 from 7-11pm

*RSVP Required


Grad Student Cider in the Sukkah
Wednesday, October 12 from 4-5:30pm

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