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Shabbat Ends 7:47 PM
Friday, 7 August 2020
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Rosh Hashana - Calendar

September 29 - October 1 / 1-2 Tishrei, 5780

with candle-lighting times for Central New Jersey (*)
other cities

Holiday Date Activity
Erev
Rosh
Hashana
Sunday, September 29
  • Hatarat Nedarim (Nullification of Vows) after the Shachrit (morning) prayers.
  • Make a Pruzbul.
  • Prepare a candle or flame that will be able to burn safely for more than 48 hours. (For example: a 48 hour Yahrzeit candle. This will be used to light the Yom Tov Candles on Monday night.
  • Light Yom Tov Candles -- 18 minutes before Sunset (6:26).
  • After lighting the candles, recite:
      Blessing for Rosh Hashana
    • Bo-ruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho-olom A-sher Ki-de-sho-nu Be-mitz-vo-sov Ve-tzi-vo-nu Le-had-lik Ner Shel Yom Ha-zi-ko-ron.
    • Bo-ruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho-olom She-heche-yo-nu Ve-ki-yi-mo-nu Ve-higi-o-nu Liz-man Ha-zeh.
Rosh Hashana Monday, September 30
  • Blowing of Shofar and the Tashlich service in the afternoon.
  • Light Yom Tov Candles AFTER nightfall (7:22), from a pre-existing flame.
  • After lighting the candles, recite:
      Blessing for Rosh Hashana
    • Bo-ruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho-olom A-sher Ki-de-sho-nu Be-mitz-vo-sov Ve-tzi-vo-nu Le-had-lik Ner Shel Yom Ha-zi-ko-ron.
    • Bo-ruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho-olom She-heche-yo-nu Ve-ki-yi-mo-nu Ve-higi-o-nu Liz-man Ha-zeh.
NOTE: A pre-existing flame is a flame burning continuously since the onset of the festival, such as a pilot light, gas or candle flame.
Rosh Hashana Tuesday, October 1
  • Blowing of Shofar.
 Notes:
  • The sunrise/sunset routines lack accuracy. If you enter geographic coordinates above the Arctic Circle or Antarctic Circle, the times are guaranteed to be wrong.

  • To show candle lighting time for a city other than Central NJ click here.
 

 


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