What does it mean to belong? How can we express empathy? Where can you just be? These are some of the questions we will be encountering this year over the High Holidays at GW.

GW Hillel will be offering free meals for STUDENTS ONLY on Rosh Hashanah and delicious pre and post fast meals for Yom Kippur. All meals will be served at the GW Hillel building. 

GW Hillel will offer two incredible options for High Holiday services. Reform services will be led by Liana Friedman and Conservative services will be led by David May (returning for his second year at GW Hillel).  

Rosh Hashanah
Sunday, September 25th
Reform Services: 7:30 pm, Betts Theatre at University Student Center
Conservative Services: 7:30 pm, GW Hillel Lerner Hall
Dinner: 8:30 pm, GW Hillel Lower Level

Monday, September 26th
Reform Services: 10 am, Betts Theater at University Student Center
Conservative Services: 10 am, GW Hillel Lerner Hall
Lunch: 12:30 pm​​, GW Hillel Lower Level

Tashlich: 2 pm, Meet outside of GW Hillel
Dinner: 8:30 pm, GW Hillel Lower Level

GW Hillel is not hosting services for the 2nd day of Rosh Hashanah, if you would like to be connected with a local synagogue please contact Rabbi Dan, dan@gwhillel.org. Lunch will be served at GW Hillel at 12:30 pm. 

Yom Kippur
Tuesday, October 4th
Pre Fast Meal: 5:00 pm, GW Hillel Lower Level
Reform Kol Nidre: 6:20 pm, Grand Ballroom at University Student Center
Conservative Kol Nidre, 6:20 pm, GW Hillel 1st Floor in the Lerner Family Hall

Wednesday, October 5th​
Reform Services: 10 am, Grand Ballroom at University Student Center
Conservative Services: 10 am, GW Hillel 1st Floor in the Lerner Family Hall
Mincha: 5 pm, GW Hillel 1st Floor in the Lerner Family Hall
Break Fast meal immediately following at app. 7:30 pm

With questions about High Holiday offerings please contact Sara.