Sunday, August 23, 2020

Elul 3 5780

Dear Friends:

Rosh Hashanah is the time we take stock of our accomplishments and thank G‑d for a vital, productive year filled with good health and happiness.

As we approach Rosh Hashanah 5781, beginning on the eve of Friday, Sept. 18th, Chabad Lubavitch of Delray Beach starts our 29th New Year service for the Jewish community.

We can proudly report that we have had the privilege of touching the lives of many of our Jewish people. Whatever their age background, or level of commitment (or non-commitment) to Judaism, they all share a very beautiful and precious Jewish heritage that has survived for 3300 years and must continue to survive.

Our duty is to help strengthen their Jewish identity, and so we reach out with a multitude of programs like a Shabbat experience, a children’s holiday program, study groups, Adult Education, visits to hospitals, a Jewish helping hand, or just a smile - all with no strings attached.

Chabad offers strength of faith, education, pride and comfort. We are thankful that we have been able to accomplish this much in our community until now, and hope to redouble our efforts in the coming year to accommodate the many programs which we hope to make available.

Chabad of Delray is now pleased to announce seats for the coming High Holiday services. They will cost

$ 125.00 

Please consider supporting Chabad of Delray by becoming a member of the Chabad of Delray Beach family, and you will be our partner that will enable us to continue in all the great activities, to help others.

Family Basic membership is only $450.00 per year. Single membership is $300. to become a member click here

We look forward to your joining us for our beautiful holiday services. Seats are limited, so please call and reserve space now. to see the schedule and to print a reservation form click here

For any reason that may keep you from joining us for the High Holidays, please consider helping us sponsor someone less fortunate then yourself. Since no one can be turned away, please help us to help others.

Sincerely,

Rabbi Sholom B. Korf