High Holidays will include boxed meals, socially distanced gatherings in the Hillel tent, and tashlikh, a service where we metaphorically cast away our sins. The sign up for High Holidays is now available. Contact Rabbi Joel for more information or to check out a machzor (High Holiday prayerbook) from Hillel.

Check out the Syracuse Hillel book of sins to anonymously atone for your sins with the Syracuse Hillel community. 

Click here to check out the full Syracuse Hillel High Holiday Schedule!

Care Packages

We are now SOLD OUT of our High Holiday Care Packages.  Contents include a tumbler, phone wallet, apple cider packets, honey, and so much more! Boxes can be picked up from Hillel or Hendricks Chapel. Details to be sent to those who are receiving packages as soon as they are ready for distribution. These gifts are free of charge to SU and ESF students celebrating Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. For more information, contact Rabbi Joel.  

Holiday Meal Boxes

Reservations are now open and must be received by Sept. 16 at 3PM. There are two Holiday Box options:

  1. "High Holiday Meal in a Box" includes grape juice, challah, and dinner for a regular meal swipe or free of charge for undergraduate students without meal plans.

  2. "High Holiday Meal in a Box" option which includes grape juice, challah, and a sweet treat at no cost to you. 

Boxes can be picked up at Hillel on Sept. 18th from 6:15-7PM and Sept. 19th from 7:15-8PM. For more information, contact Rabbi Joel.  

In-Person Services

Join us for Tashlikh, (ceremonial casting away of sins into water)  on Tuesday, Sep 22 @ 2PM. We will meet at Hillel and walk together to Thornden Park. Attendance requires advanced registration. All health and safety guidelines will be observed. Registration is now closed for other in-person opportunities but please join us virtually. For more information, contact Rabbi Joel

Virtual Services

Join us for High Holiday services on Zoom. We will have multiple service options available virtually. Attendance requires advanced registration. Registration is now open. For more information, contact Rabbi Joel!