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Sep
21
Thu
High Holiday Food Drive @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 21 all-day

Welcome 5778 by helping others! Hillel is collecting non perishable food items for the Rutgers Student Food Pantry September 15 through October 2. Did you know that 37% of all RU students (undergraduate & graduate) are food insecure? Help make a difference with your donation!

Suggested donations include: cereal, individual packets of oatmeal, peanut butter, jelly, tuna/ canned meats, pasta sauce, soup, rice, canned fruits, condiments,beans, instant potatoes, toilet paper, personal care items.
Please place donations in the box labeled “High Holiday Food Drive” in the entryway of Hillel.

Rosh Hashana Services @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am – 9:00 am

For Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Rutgers Hillel runs Conservative services. Rabbi Esther Reed, Senior Associate Director of Rutgers Hillel, will be leading services along with assistance from Rabbi Mordecai Schwartz and a Rutgers student.

Students who prefer to attend a local Reform congregation with other Rutgers Hillel students can email Rabbi Victor Appell ([email protected]) .

Students can also contact Rabbi Esther Reed [email protected] or Rabbi Tzvi Wohlgelernter at [email protected] for home hospitality arrangements in the local community.

Hillel services are free for students with Rutgers ID, $125 for all others. For Rutgers faculty and staff, the ticket price is a suggested donation. Students should show ID at the door. All others must purchase tickets in advance either in person at Hillel or by mailing a check to High Holiday Tickets; Rutgers Hillel; 70 College Avenue; New Brunswick, NJ 08901.

Requests by mail must be received by Friday, September 15. Tickets will be available at the front desk of Hillel when you arrive for services.

Contact: Rabbi Esther Reed
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 732-545-2407 x23

More Info: http://www.rutgershillel.org/highholidays.php

Reform Rosh HaShana Services at Anshe Emeth @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 21 @ 10:30 am – 10:30 am

Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple, a Reform temple here in New Brunswick, has graciously invited students to worship with their congregation over the High Holy Days.
On Thursday (Sept. 21), Rosh HaShanah services are at 11:15 am. Students planning to attend should meet at Rutgers Hillel at 10:30 am in order to go together to Anshe Emeth.
If you are planning to attend, please rsvp to Rabbi Victor at [email protected] Let me know which service(s) you wish to attend and include your cellphone number.

Rosh Hashana Lunch @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 21 @ 1:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Come to a fun and festive holiday meal. Free for RU students!

Sep
22
Fri
High Holiday Food Drive @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 22 all-day

Welcome 5778 by helping others! Hillel is collecting non perishable food items for the Rutgers Student Food Pantry September 15 through October 2. Did you know that 37% of all RU students (undergraduate & graduate) are food insecure? Help make a difference with your donation!

Suggested donations include: cereal, individual packets of oatmeal, peanut butter, jelly, tuna/ canned meats, pasta sauce, soup, rice, canned fruits, condiments,beans, instant potatoes, toilet paper, personal care items.
Please place donations in the box labeled “High Holiday Food Drive” in the entryway of Hillel.

Rosh Hashana Services @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 22 @ 9:00 am – 9:00 am

For Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Rutgers Hillel runs Conservative services. Rabbi Esther Reed, Senior Associate Director of Rutgers Hillel, will be leading services along with assistance from Rabbi Mordecai Schwartz and a Rutgers student.
Students who prefer to attend a local Reform congregation with other Rutgers Hillel students can email Rabbi Victor Appell ([email protected]) .
Students can also contact Rabbi Esther Reed [email protected] or Rabbi Tzvi Wohlgelernter at [email protected] for home hospitality arrangements in the local community.
Hillel services are free for students with Rutgers ID, $125 for all others. For Rutgers faculty and staff, the ticket price is a suggested donation. Students should show ID at the door. All others must purchase tickets in advance either in person at Hillel or by mailing a check to High Holiday Tickets; Rutgers Hillel; 70 College Avenue; New Brunswick, NJ 08901.
Requests by mail must be received by Friday, September 15. Tickets will be available at the front desk of Hillel when you arrive for services.

Contact: Rabbi Esther Reed
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 732-545-2407 x23

Rosh Hashana Lunch @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 22 @ 1:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Come to a fun and festive holiday meal. Free for RU students!

Conservative Shabbat Services
Sep 22 @ 6:45 pm – 7:30 pm
Reform Community Text & Talk @ Roswell Reform Sanctuary
Sep 22 @ 6:45 pm – 7:30 pm

Reflecting on the Days of Awe – Stories, text and discussion for the Ten Days of Repentance.

Free Shabbat Dinner
Sep 22 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Come join Rutgers Hillel for a FREE* Shabbat dinner in the Tanzman Dining Room in the Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House!

**Shabbat dinner is free for current Rutgers undergraduates and Middlesex County College students. Guests should come to the Hillel office during weekday business hours to purchase a guest pass.

Sep
23
Sat
High Holiday Food Drive @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 23 all-day

Welcome 5778 by helping others! Hillel is collecting non perishable food items for the Rutgers Student Food Pantry September 15 through October 2. Did you know that 37% of all RU students (undergraduate & graduate) are food insecure? Help make a difference with your donation!

Suggested donations include: cereal, individual packets of oatmeal, peanut butter, jelly, tuna/ canned meats, pasta sauce, soup, rice, canned fruits, condiments,beans, instant potatoes, toilet paper, personal care items.
Please place donations in the box labeled “High Holiday Food Drive” in the entryway of Hillel.

Koach/Conservative Community goes to Highland Park for Services and Lunch
Sep 23 @ 9:15 am – 9:15 am

When there aren’t Koach services at Hillel, join our walking group for services in Highland Park, followed by lunch at Rabbi Reed’s house! We depart from Hillel at 9:15, and all are welcome!

Please RSVP by 12noon on Wednesday, September 20 to Rabbi Reed so she knows how many people are coming:
[email protected]

Sep
24
Sun
High Holiday Food Drive @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 24 all-day

Welcome 5778 by helping others! Hillel is collecting non perishable food items for the Rutgers Student Food Pantry September 15 through October 2. Did you know that 37% of all RU students (undergraduate & graduate) are food insecure? Help make a difference with your donation!

Suggested donations include: cereal, individual packets of oatmeal, peanut butter, jelly, tuna/ canned meats, pasta sauce, soup, rice, canned fruits, condiments,beans, instant potatoes, toilet paper, personal care items.
Please place donations in the box labeled “High Holiday Food Drive” in the entryway of Hillel.

Sep
25
Mon
High Holiday Food Drive @ Eva and Arie Halpern Hillel House on the Wilf Family Campus
Sep 25 all-day

Welcome 5778 by helping others! Hillel is collecting non perishable food items for the Rutgers Student Food Pantry September 15 through October 2. Did you know that 37% of all RU students (undergraduate & graduate) are food insecure? Help make a difference with your donation!

Suggested donations include: cereal, individual packets of oatmeal, peanut butter, jelly, tuna/ canned meats, pasta sauce, soup, rice, canned fruits, condiments,beans, instant potatoes, toilet paper, personal care items.
Please place donations in the box labeled “High Holiday Food Drive” in the entryway of Hillel.

Jewish Sensibilities @ Platt Cafe
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Jewish Sensibilities are approaches to the people and situations around us that provide guidance for life’s challenges, arise from Jewish stories and history, and point toward a life of meaning. Each week we will take a look at another aspect of our world and see what Judaism has to say.

Add your voice to this conversation. Space is limited. Register for the course here.

A stipend will be offered to those who complete the course requirements.

Contact: Fedline Saintina
Email: [email protected]