Jewish High Holidays 2018/ 5779 with Mason Hillel
Join George Mason Hillel for the 2018/5779 Jewish High Holidays. Our unique service is led by Rabbi Jake Singer-Beilin for the second time. Those familiar with Reform and Conservative liturgy will feel at home at our service.
Community members who do not have a home for the Jewish holidays are welcome to join us. Your support is essential to bringing High Holiday services to campus. Thank you for your continued support.
Click Here To Attend High Holiday Services At Mason
Please note that we will be in George’s on the third floor of the Johnson Center. This space has padded chairs, bright windows, and a more intimate space.
High Holiday Services Schedule
Erev Rosh Hashanah
Sunday, September 9, 2018 at 6:30 PM
Rosh Hashanah Day
Monday, September 10, 2018 at 10:00 AM
Kol Nidre (Yom Kippur Evening)
Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 6:30 PM
Yom Kippur Day
Morning Service: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 10:00 AM
Evening Service (Neillah): Wednesday, September 19, 2018 from 6:30 PM
* Traditional “Break the Fest” Buffet would be offered at the end of Ne’ila Service, in the cost of $18 per person
What is my parking option for getting to the High Holiday services?
Parking vouchers come at an additional cost of $12. Parking validations will be distributed at the High holiday services. Park at the Pond Parking Deck for a convenient walk to Mason Hillel services.
Note: You will require a validation to exit the Pond parking garage. It is inserted into the machine instead of credit card payment. Please hold onto your entrance ticket as you will still need that to exit.
We will have validations available during all services for those who have pre purchases them. Parking without a pre purchased validation is $3 per hr up to $14 max per day.
For a map of campus please visit this site: Click here for map. The Pond Parking deck is number 41 and the Johnson Center is number 29. Should you have trouble finding George’s, visit the Info center in the main level of the Johnson Center. George’s on the 3rd floor of the Johnson Center is handicap accessible.
Will there be tallit and kippot?
While we have several tallit and kippot we strongly suggest you bring your own as we have a limited number.
Do I need to participate in the service or need to know Hebrew?
You may participate as much, or as little as you would like for the service. We greatly appreciate those who would like to participate reach out beforehand so that we may give you an honor for the service.