Rosh Hashana timing

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    The Frumguy

    How long does your shul take for Rosh Hashanah davening – from the beginning of Brochos until the end of Musaf?


    Shachris; 8:00 am

    End of Musaf; 4:00pm (with a small 45 minute break after krias hatorah)


    8:00am till 3:00, with a 30 minute break.

    But honestly, if I try to not clockwatch on Rosh Hashona, I find the davening to go quite smoothly and before I know it, it’s over.

    I always bring a sefer or even a jewish inspirational book (like Rabbi Krohn’s Maggid books) that I skim through by chazaras hashatz or by the long yoitzros in order to give me a “boost” insted of spacing out.


    I always appreciated these thoughtful gentlemen who bring these shmeck tabaks or other smelling b’somim to shul and pass it around for e/1 to enjoy. Davening can be reeeally long, and it’s these little acts of chesed that could make it all worth it!

    am yisrael chai

    The vasikin minyan finishes at approximately 9:30-10am, with great davening & still having a great portion of the day left.

    It’s really gevaldig.

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