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Sephardic Community of Greater Boston - Parshat Nitzavim 5782 and Rosh Hashanah 5783

09/22/2022 10:49:18 AM

Sep22

Shabbat Parashat Nitzavim
September 23-24, 2022
28 Elul, 5782

Candle Lighting and Minha: 6:19 PM

Shabbat Shaharit: 8:30 AM
Latest Shema: 8:53 AM

Shabbat Minha: 5:55 PM
Followed by Seudah Shelishit 

Shabbat Ends: 7:20 PM
Rabbienu Tam: 7:50 PM

Sunday Sept. 25: Erev Rosh Hashanah

Selihot is at 5:00 AM, followed by Shaharit at 5:50 AM, followed by Hatarat Nedarim.

If you have lent money to anybody and need a prozbul, Sunday is your last opportunity. We have some copies at shul, and can help with witnessing and sighing them after Shaharit. We are using Form B (the version that is executed before witnesses) from the Chicago Rabbinical Council, available here.

Mincha and Candle Lighting are at 6:16 PM

Monday, Sept 26: First day of Rosh HaShanah 5783

Shaharit starts with Korbanot at 7:15 AM
Shofar is at 11:00 AM

Minha is at 5:35 PM, followed by Tashlich

Candle lighting for the second night of Rosh HaShanah is after 7:16 PM

Tuesday, Sept 27: Second day of Rosh HaShanah 5783

Shaharit starts with Korbanot at 7:15 AM
Shofar is at 11:00 AM

Minha is at 5:50 PM

The end of the holiday is at  7:14 PM

Wednesday, Sept 28: Tzom Gedalia

The fast begins at 5:15 AM
Selihot is at 6:00 AM, followed by Shaharit at 7:00 AM

Minha is at 6:00 PM

The fast ends at 7:13 PM

Thursday, Sept 29

Selihot is at 6:00 AM, followed by Shaharit at 7:00 AM

Minha is at 6:10 PM

Friday, Sept 30

Selihot is at 6:00 AM, followed by Shaharit at 7:00 AM

Sat, October 1 2022 6 Tishrei 5783