The High Holiday Season 

Chabad of the Town welcomes you to join us for warm, inspiring, melodious services in our cozy and inviting atmosphere, accompanied by beautiful Chazzanim. 

We offer two complete services for you to choose from:

Our Chabad services, where Rabbi Moshe shares meaningful insights, stories, translations of prayers and Torah readings, and keeps everyone informed of the page numbers.
 
This easy to follow service is also accompanied by prayer books in both English/Hebrew and English/Spanish, and takes place in our large sanctuary. 

We also offer a melodious Sepharad service, in the Simon Rafael Cohen Hall, led by the incredible Chazan, Jonathan Abitbol, along with Rabbi Moshe sharing meaningful insights.

You don't need to be familiar with the Hebrew language, nor the actual prayers, to experience meaningful High Holiday services at Chabad of the Town!

If you enjoy experiencing the holidays through learning, we offer a class during the services to enhance your experience. 

We encourage you to bring your entire family, as we offer a simultaneous program for children of all ages, led by our experienced and engaged leaders, leaving you to enjoy and concentrate on the services. The groups are divided by age. There will also be a separate infant babysitting room.
Our leaders ensure that your children will have an equally meaningful holiday experience!

Everyone is invited to join us in our family shul! 
 
Enable Chabad to offer the services above:
Partner with Chabad of the Town through an Annual Membership of $770, including reserved seats (payable as a one time charge or monthly).
 
Alternatively, individuals can reserve their seats at a suggested $100 for the entirety of the High Holidays, or a choose a family package at a suggested $360

Please visit our RSVP section to reserve your seats and/or to reserve a place at our communal meals. 

All services will take place at:
Chabad of the Town, Beit Ezra Community Centre 
4054 Rue Jean-Talon W | Montreal, QC H4P 1V5 

We look forward to greeting you all at Chabad this holiday season. 

At Chabad, no one is turned away for a lack of funds.  
 
For more information please call 514 342 1770 or email yael@chabadtmr.com 
SERVICES SCHEDULE

Rosh Hashanah
 
Wednesday, September 20
Light candles 6:37 pm
Mincha Service 6:40 pm
Rosh Hashana Communal Meal
Start the Year Strong & Sweet. Enjoy all the traditional foods and Customs
Reservations Required. Click here to RSVP
7:30 pm
 
Thursday, September 21
Sepharad Minyan 8:30 am
Chabad Morning Service 9:00 am
Children's Program 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Explanatory Class      10:00 am - 10:55 am
Torah Reading 10:30 am
Rabbi's Sermon & Shofar Blowing 11:00 am
Mussaf Service 12:00 pm

Tashlich Services at Abenaim's residence
1750 St. Clare

5:00-6:00 pm
Evening Service 6:30 pm
Light Candles after 7:38 pm
 
Friday, September 22
Sepharad Minyan 8:30 am
Chabad Morning Service 9:00 am
Children's Program 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Torah Reading 10:30 am
Explanatory Class          10:00 am - 10:55 am
Rabbi's Sermon & Shofar Blowing 11:00 am
Mussaf Service 12:00 pm
Mincha Service 6:00 pm
Light Shabbat Candles  6:33 pm
   
Shabbat Shuva, September 23  
Morning Services 10:00 am
Kiddush 12:30 pm
Mincha Service 6:15 pm
Shabbat Ends 7:33 pm
   
Aseret Yemei Teshuvah - 10 Days of Repentance  
Sunday, September 24  
Morning Services 7:10 am
Mincha 6:00 pm
   
Monday - Thursday, September 25-28  
Morning Services 7:10 am
Mincha  6:00 pm

 

Yom Kippur  
Friday, September 29
Kapparot (meet at Chabad) 5:00 am
Morning Service 7:00 am
Mincha Service & Yom Kippur Prep 3:00 pm-3:30 pm
Light Candles / Fast begins 6:19 pm
Kol Nidrei Services (Chabad & Sepharad) 6:20 pm
Children's Program 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
 
Shabbat, September 30
Sepharad Minyan 8:30 am
Chabad Morning Services 9:30 am
Children's Program 10:30 am-2:00 pm
Explanatory Class 10:00 am - 10:55 am
Torah Reading 11:00 am
Rabbi's Sermon & Yizkor Memorial Service 11:30 pm
Mussaf Service 12:30 pm
Break 3:00 pm
Mincha (Chabad & Sepharad) 4:45 pm
Neilah Closing Service 6:00 pm
Shofar Blowing 7:20 pm
Conclusion of Fast and Break-Fast 7:30 pm