About High Holidays at Hillel:
High Holidays are a joyous time of reflection and connection at Drexel Hillel. We offer a variety of opportunities to engage with the holidays that include services on and off campus, less formal gatherings for holiday reflection, and of course delicious holiday meals! Feel free to attend just one meal or event or join us for everything!
Please note, on campus services are led by our Executive Director Rabbi Isabel de Koninck and supported by rabbinic intern, Mathieu Wilson. Weaving together traditions of of the Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist movements our services feature traditional liturgy, meditation, poetry, conversation and story telling. We use the non-denominational, fully translated and fully transliterated Mahzor Eit Ratzon. For students looking for second day Rosh Hashanah services, or a denominationally specific service (including Orthodox services) we are delighted to partner with our neighbors at Penn Hillel. Students are able to attend those services free of charge. For more information please visit the Penn Hillel High Holiday website.
Rosh Hashanah: Friday September 15 - Sunday September 17
Yom Kippur: Sunday September 24- Monday September 25
Questions? Interested in volunteering to read torah, offer a short reflection or serve as a shofar blower or door greeter? Contact Rabbi Isabel de Koninck, Executive Director.