Days of AWEsome

Over the past 10 years we’ve been hosting free high holiday services for the young adults of Dallas and we’ve never been on the same page due to the fact that we have only had really old prayer books.Won’t you be a part of our prayers this year?

Join our online campaign and Donate $36 here to purchase a New Rosh Hashana Prayer book and your name and dedication will be inscribed in our book of life and, no doubt, Hashem’s book too!

Join us for High Holidays at http://www.theintownchabad.com/rsvp

Tonight’s Class 8PM:

Putin Napoleon and the meaning of freedom for Jews today. 
Rabbi Zvi will giving his weekly class on the lessons of Jewish identity in times of plenty and times of peril. Come for the debate and leave inspired.  8PM @ The Intown Chabad
Read it in Hebrew – Wednesday Sep. 21 8pm @The Intown Chabad
We will be learning the vowels in class 3. If you missed the first couple of classes you can still join and be up to speed! Led by Rabbi Baruch.
Shabbat Services – Friday Sep. 23 7:30pm @The Intown Chabad
Start the weekend off right with Shabbat services and dinner If you would like to join for dinner please RSVP here.Shabbat Services – Saturday Sep 24 10:30am @ The Intown Chabad
Enjoy a great service then hang out and connect over and excellent kiddush lunch with friends made by our own Intown Chabad chefs.
Challah 100 – Thursday September 29 730pm @ The Crescent HotelLet’s pack the Crescent Hotel with as many young Dallas ladies as possible for an incredible evening of friendship, Challah and unity. A portion of the Challahs baked will be donated to those in need in honor of the holiday of Rosh Hashana. Looking for all of our #challahbackgirls!

$18 – Single Ticket | Includes entry and Challahback swag

$180 – Host a table of 10 | be the Macher and bring your friends
*Hosts receive personalized apron*

Hostess with the mostess:
JJ Goldman
Rachel Pinn
Tathienne Thiele
Batya Friedman
Emily Schneider
Jenn Zigler
Rena Frackt
MOHO of Dallas

High Holidays in Uptown
The High Holidays are only 2 weeks away. Bring your family and friends and make your plans to join us.
Rosh Hashanah – Begins Sunday night October 2
Yom Kippur – Begins Tuesday night October 11
Tickets  are free but you must RSVP
If you won’t be making it to the full on services, you can join our Slacker Service. Includes; services, Rabbi’s sermon and the blowing of the Shofar. All done in 30 minutes!
The Slacker Service will take place on Monday the 3rd AND Tuesday the 4th. Both will start at 6pm
Tickets  are free but you must RSVP

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