Rosh Hashana & Yom Kippur 2022 • 5783
Maryland Hillel wants to provide a meaningful High Holiday experience while keeping the health of our community in mind. Advanced sign-up is highly encouraged for services and required for all meals. Please note that any non-student guests that will be joining us for the High Holidays must be vaccinated.
In-Person Services: Come together for on-campus services! Below is an overview of what will be offered. Check out our High Holidays Services website for detailed information. Please note that any non-student guests that will be joining us for the High Holidays must be vaccinated.
- 45-Minute Highlights Service with Rabbi Ari: Go through the quintessential prayers from the service with Rabbi Ari Israel in 45 minutes.
- Reform: Reform Service with Ruach
- Conservative: Egalitarian Conservative services with Neshama.
- Orthodox: Traditional Orthodox services with Kedma.
In-Person Programs: All programs will take place in the Rosenbloom Hillel Center unless otherwise indicated.
- Rosh Hashana
- Monday, September 26 at 2:00 p.m.: Sweet Starts to a Sweet Year – Apple Dipping and Decorating with Adam
- Yom Kippur
- More information coming!
Meals: Dine with us for the High Holidays!
- Reserve Meals
- Reserved spots for Rosh Hashana lunch, dinner, and Yom Kippur pre-fast and break fast in the Maryland Hillel dining hall all require pre-registration
- North Campus Bagel Break Fast:
- North Campus and Greek Break Fast: Grab a bagel and schmear to break the fast with Maryland Hillel! More information to come. Thanks to a generous donor, North Campus and Greek Break Fast are free for UMD students.
If you need a High Holiday exemption letter, submit this form. You should make appropriate arrangements with your professors, prior to missing class. Please allow 3-5 days for requests to be processed and prepared.