Rosh Hashana – What Time Did You Finish Davening?

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  • #590453

    Ferd
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    My Shul started 7:45 both days.

    Day 1- 30 minute break we finished 2:20

    Day 2-15 minute break (we cut down) and finished 2:25

    Rabbi spoke both days.

    #659900

    Joseph
    Participant

    Started 7:45

    Day 1: 3:00 (45 min break.)

    Day 2: 3:30 (1 hour break.)

    #659901

    pookie
    Member

    started 9:00 ended 1:00 no break or speech

    #659902

    LeiderLeider…
    Participant

    Started 8:00 both days (different shuls)

    Day 1: Ended 4:15 (1/2 hour break) Rabbi spoke

    Day 2: Ended 3:45 (1/2 hour break) Rabbi spoke

    #659903

    mazca
    Member

    Eleven in the morning,,,GREAT batikin mynian

    #659905

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    On the first day, we finished when the kaddish after A’anim Z’miros was completed.

    On the second day, we finished right after the kaddish after L’Dovid HaShem Ori was completed.

    The Wolf

    #659906

    squeak
    Participant

    Hooray! The tough crowd is back!

    #659907

    mepal
    Member

    Started 7:30 (I think)

    Day 1: 2:30 (30 min unofficial break.)

    Day 2: 3:30 (15 minute official break turning out to be 45 min.)

    #659908

    mybat
    Member

    My hubby started at 9:00 finished at 3:00 both days.

    Once in Lakewood my husband started at 6:00 and he finished between 3:00 and 4:00 but with a long break.

    #659909

    FunnyBunny
    Member

    started 7:55 both mornings

    Day 1- finished 2:35 with a 15 min break

    Day 2- finished 3:00 with a 20 min break

    Just curious, what exactly is the point of this thread? 😉

    #659910

    areivimzehlazeh
    Participant

    to figure out your exact location, Jewish leanings, sect, minyan….

    #659911

    chofetzchaim
    Member

    We started 7:15 both days. About a 20 minute break both days. First day there was a bris before the break, 2nd day a speech after the break. We finished about 1:45 first day, 2:30 2nd day IIRC

    #659912

    Started 7:30

    1st day – break and speech – ended 2:00

    2nd day – break no speech – ended 1:45

    pookie – are you for real?

    #659913

    FunnyBunny
    Member

    areivim, that’s what I was afraid of. So, after reading my post, what juicy info did you gather about me? jk

    #659914

    mosherose
    Member

    We finished at 2:30 both days. 1st day had a short break

    #659917

    Jax
    Member

    day 1-started 8am finished about 2, had around a 20min break!

    day 2- started 8am finished about 2:30, has around a 20min break!

    #659918

    bein_hasdorim
    Participant

    Jax: Brilliant!! Now I have what to discuss on my next date 🙂

    I’ll say what time did u finish davening on R”H?

    my friend Shikur

    “started 7:45 both days.

    Day 1- 30 min break fin 2:20

    Day 2-15 min break (cut down)fin 2:25

    Rabbi spoke both days”,

    However, pookie “started 9:00 ended 1:00 no break or speech”.

    I on the other hand started 7:30 both days

    day 1 fin 1:30 15min break

    day 2 fin 2:38 30 min break.

    I don’t think there’d be another date.

    #659919

    haifagirl
    Participant

    Started at 5:15 ended both days around 11:30 or 11:45. No break. No speech.

    #659920

    nachas
    Member

    We started at 5:50 and we ended at 9:15. No speech and nonsense just davening.

    #659921

    mybat
    Member

    I think nachas takes the trophy! Next time tell us where you pray so we all could go!!

    #659922

    started 8:30 both days

    DAy 1 finished 3:15

    Day 2 finished 4:00

    1/2 nr break both days

    #659923

    smartcookie
    Member

    You pple gotta hear this one:

    I’ve got a family member who davened in belz in eretz yisroel.

    They started davening about 8ish I imagine. They went straight into mussaf, then straight into mincha and straight into maariv. Yup- no seudah!!! They did have a break though. Their rebbe went out in the middle cuz he wasn’t feeling well but they all sat and waited in their places. What they thought will take a few min took quite a while and they ended up davening around the clock!

    No negative comments please. This is not the point of this thread.

    #659924

    oomis
    Participant

    When did this become a contest? We finished both days around 1:30, even with the Shofar on Sunday.

    #659925

    I may be wrong, but this question & everyone’s obsession with what time Davening on R”H went till drives me crazy. R”H is two days a year. If it takes a long time – that’s fine with me. I Daven in a Minyan with a great Baal T’fila & the Davening flies by, because it’s so enjoyable. I hope I’m not offending anyone – it’s the Aseres Y’mai T’shuva – but I think that R”H Davening is supposed to be enjoyed, no matter how long it takes. G’mar Chasima Tovah!!

    #659927

    shaatra
    Member

    Day 1- 12:30 yes speech, no break (whatever that means)

    Day 2- 12:45- with speech

    #659928

    charliehall
    Participant

    Day 1: Start 8:15am. Finish 1pm. 10 minute sermon.

    Day 2: Start 8:15am. Finish 1:30pm. 25 minute sermon.

    #659929

    ZachKessin
    Member

    We went from 8:00 to about 12:45 or so, with a short talk by the rabbi. This was at Ohel Efraim in Ariel Israel.

    #659930

    neatfreak
    Member

    Day 1: Start 7am. Finish 1:45pm. 30 min break. no speech

    Day 2: Start 7am. Finish 2:25pm. 30 min break. no speech

    #659931

    areivimzehlazeh
    Participant

    bein_hasdorim: hahaha! Save that for when you need to end it gently 😉

    cholentkugelkishke: aymen! My sentiments exactly…

    #659932

    mepal
    Member

    cholent, who ever mentioned not enjoying the tefillos? We’re just saying how long it took, thats all.

    #659933

    areivimzehlazeh
    Participant

    the point is you shouldn’t (want) to be watching the clock…

    #659934

    amok
    Participant

    Tough row to hoe: My “minhag” (reading of the halacha)is the chazoras hashatz has to be heard mila bmila. I also am mkubal to do kiddush b4 hatzos, and I lain for a very lebedik sleepyhead minyan starting 10:30-11:00. First day sneaked into a very exclusive netz minyan at go’al Yisrael, left b4 hazora as I know them to sing too much over the shatz. Longish break, lained and did musaf with the sleepyheads who are mu’ad to mess up the chazoras hashatz. Kiddush on time bit b4 hatzos. Second day, in search of tekiot lachash. Found “Sefardi Avreichim” netz. Beautiful, every word, even when they shout out stuff, he waits and then says. Piyyutim all before, after, or in kadish tiskabel. Oops, he didn’t say Modim out loud. Stayed for kriya (Morracan) and musaf with tekiot, left before kedusha (slow davener)and based on previous performance, leined by the sleepyheads, home to do some tekiot my way, and kidush about hatzos. This is in Jerusalem. Next year maybe I will try the Yekkes.

    #659935

    d a
    Member

    All I knows is that the Shofar this year was perfect! Not one mess up! (And the Rosh HaYeshiva were I daven is very makpid about how the tekios are blown) B”H!

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