STUDENTS High Holidays 2022 / 5783
Join the Center for Jewish Life as we celebrate the High Holidays. We will be holding in-person Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Services for Princeton students, faculty and staff and community members. Princeton current undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to join CJL for festive, traditional and kosher Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur meals. *Students not on a Princeton university meal plan will be subsidized by Center for Jewish Life.
Everyone welcome. Tickets required. Princeton ID holders may show a PU-ID.
Students are welcome and encouraged to participate in our high holiday services and celebrations. Feel free to use the contacts below
to find out how you can get involved.
Kesher (Reform) - Rabbi Ira Dounn, Senior Jewish Educator
Koach - (Conservative) - Rabbi Gil Steinlauf, CJL Executive Director
Yavneh (Orthodox) - Rabbi Azi Horvitch, OU-JLIC Co-Educator
SERVICE TIMES & LOCATIONS
TICKET INFORMATION: Everyone will need to obtain tickets for services.
Pre-registration is required for all attendees.
Per university guidelines - mask wearing will be optional.
Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend all High Holiday services at no cost. Due to security and space concerns, we request all students register. REGISTER HERE
Once you have registered you will be notified to pick up your tickets at the CJL. Last-minute walk-ins will be accommodated but you must present your PU-ID at your service location or be on a pre-approved list. Masks will be optional for all indoor services as per university guidelines.
Student Holiday Meals
(only current Princeton students with a PU-ID)
Festive, traditional holiday meals are open ONLY to Undergraduate/Graduate Students.
No guests are allowed. *All meals are served in Princeton's Center for Jewish Life kosher dining hall.
*Holiday meals are fully subsidized by the CJL for those students who are not on a university dining plan.