Join Harvard Hillel for a joyous, meaningful, and memorable High Holiday season.
For current Harvard students, their Harvard ID will admit them to any and all of our services.
All others can get tickets here for access to any and all of the services listed below.
When you get tickets online, the confirmation email you receive serves as your ticket.
In accordance with Harvard Hillel's commitment to sustainability, we ask that you do not print out multiples of the email, even if you have requested multiple tickets; one copy will admit you and the number of guests you have listed.
Those who request tickets by mail or phone will be mailed tickets.
Should you wish to order tickets by check, one can be mailed to:
52 Mt. Auburn St.
Cambridge, MA 02138
To give by phone, please call 617-495-4695.
Harvard Hillel turns nobody away for financial reasons. If the suggested donation amounts are prohibitive, please send us an email.
While masks are suggested at all of our services, masking policies differ among the minyanim.
Orthodox Minyan: The front two rows will be reserved for those who prefer to mask.
Reform Minyan: Masks are encouraged, but not required.
Worship & Study Minyan: Masks are required.
Student Conservative Minyan/The Cambridge Minyan: Masks are required.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION:
Neither Harvard Hillel nor Harvard University can guarantee that an individual entering the venues of Harvard Hillel’s High Holiday religious services or other Harvard premises will not contract COVID-19 or be exposed to someone infected with COVID-19. Accordingly, in entering upon Harvard University’s premises and into Harvard Hillel High Holiday services, attendees may be subject to potential risk of infection, illness, injury or even death from COVID-19. Participants must assume these risks knowingly and willingly, and we are advising you here accordingly. By participating in these High Holiday services you acknowledge that you are cognizant of these conditions and risks.
Tuesday, September 27 at 4pm
John Weeks Footbridge
Tashlich is a communal ritual moment on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, to sing, reflect, and cast away that which no longer serves us.
New Habits for the New Year
Tuesday, October 4 at 7:45 pm
Memorial Church basement
Feed your soul as we reflect on middot (personality traits) and identify areas of growth in this next year. All are welcome!