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Hatarat Nedarim 2
Chabad custom is to try to appoint ten men as your Bet Din, but many use only three.
MINCHA FOR EREV SHABBAT & EREV ROSH HASHANAH Sep. 18, 2020
Hodu, Patach Eliyahu 5–8
Korbanot, Ashrei, Amidah, (no tachanun), LeDavid Hashem Ori, Aleinu, Al Tira 9–22
Light Candles 22
Remember to say “Shel Shabbat V’shel Yom Hazikaron.” Then say “Shehechyanu.”
KABBALAT SHABBAT
Mizmor Ledavid, Lecha Dodi, Mizmor Shir L’yom Hashabbat, Kegavna 23–27
MAARIV FOR SHABBAT & ROSH HASHANAH
ולומר “And say:” (in place of Borchu with a minyan) bottom pg. 27 (grey box)
Shema Yisrael with blessings 29–32
Amidah for Rosh Hashanah & Shabbat (add grey-box inserts for Shabbat) 33-39
Note that the third blessing of the Amidah is much longer and ends המלך הקדוש “the holy King.”

Also note that from now until after Yom Kippur, we replace every instance of עושה שלום with עושה השלום (“He who makes the peace”).
ויכולו “The heavens and the earth” (say first and third paragraph only) 39
לדוד מזמור “By David, a Psalm” (important to say slowly and focused) 40
מזמור לדוד Psalm 23 41
עלינו Aleinu, Al Tira 42-44
L’Shanah Tovah 44
KIDDUSH FOR SHABBAT & ROSH HASHANAH
Shalom Aleichem, Eshet Chayil, etc. (say quietly) 44–45
Kiddush (begin with Yom Hashishi), Shehechiyanu 46 (English: Turn the page)
Blessing and Prayer over Apple in Honey (After washing and eating challah) Bottom 46
SHACHARIT FOR SHABBAT & ROSH HASHANAH Sep. 19, 2020
The custom is to fill as much of the day as possible with the recital of Tehillim.
Morning Blessings, Korbanot, Pesukei D’zimra 60–100
Shema with Blessings (say Shabbat version, grey box) 101–108
Amidah for Rosh Hashanah & Shabbat (add grey-box inserts for Shabbat) 109–114
We do not say Avinu Malkeinu because we do not petition for our needs on Shabbat.
Song of the Day 158
L’David Hashem Ori 159
Torah Reading for first day 164–166
Haftarah for first day (Story and Song of Chana) 170–172
Because it is Shabbat, the shofar is not blown until tomorrow.
MUSAF FOR SHABBAT AND ROSH HASHANAH
Ashrei 177
When praying without a minyan, do not start Musaf until three halachic hours (one quarter of a day) after sunrise.
Musaf of Rosh Hashanah is different than every other musaf and fulfills a vital role. It is important to look it through beforehand and note its structure.
After the three opening blessings are three long blessings with three themes:
1. Proclaim G‑d as king over the world.
2. Mention memory of our covenant with Him.
3. Declare that He responds to the call of the shofar with compassion.

Each blessing contains ten verses from Tanach on its theme.
Three opening blessings 180–182 (2nd paragraph)
Begin kingship blessing (add inserts for Shabbat) 182
Ten verses on kingship bottom of 184 (“The L-rd will reign forever and ever”) –186
Begin remembrance blessing 186
Ten verses on remembrance middle of 187 (“G‑d remembered Noah…”) –188
Begin Shofar blessing 189
Ten verses on Shofar middle of 189 (“It was on the third day…”) – 190
Three closing blessings 191–192
Ein Kelokeinu (we do not say Avinu Malkeinu on Shabbat) 245
Aleinu, Al Tira 247
ולקחת “You shall take…” 264
The Six Remembrances 264
Tehillim for the first day 249–257
KIDDUSH FOR SHABBAT AND ROSH HASHANAH DAY
Mizmor L’David, etc. (said quietly) 265–266
Kiddush 266
MINCHA FOR SHABBAT AND ROSH HASHANAH
Korbanot 269–272
Ashrei, Uva L’Tzion 272–274
V’ani Tefilati top of 275
Torah Reading 277
Amidah for Shabbat and Rosh Hashanah (add grey-box inserts for Shabbat) 279–285
We do not say Avinu Malkeinu because we do not petition for our needs on Shabbat.
L’David Hashem Ori, Aleinu, Al Tira 288–290
Tashlich is postponed until tomorrow, due to Shabbat
MAARIV FOR SECOND DAY ROSH HASHANAH
שיר “A song of ascents…” 28
Shema Yisrael with blessings 29–32
Amidah for Rosh Hashanah (include Vatodeyanu, bottom pg. 35) 33
L’David Mizmor (important to say slowly and focused) 40
Aleinu, Al Tira 42-44
CANDLE-LIGHTING & KIDDUSH FOR ROSH HASHANAH & HAVDALAH FOR SHABBAT
Place a fruit that you haven’t had this season on the table. If tonight is considered a new day, your blessing “shehechyanu” will be on the day; if it’s only a continuation of the previous day, that blessing will be on the fruit.
Light Candles 22
End the blessing “Shel Yom Hazikaron.” When saying “Shehechyanu,” have in mind both the second day of Rosh Hashanah, and the new fruit you have on your table.
Kiddush (Begin with “savri maranan”) 46 (English: Turn the page)
Include the blessing on fire and the havdalah in the grey box
When saying “Shehechiyanu” have in mind both Rosh Hashanah and the new fruit you have on your table. (If you said it when lighting candles, don’t repeat it now.)
After drinking the wine, say a blessing on the new fruit (bottom of pg. 46/47), and then eat it. 46 (English: Turn the page)
When you finish eating the fruit say the blessing after eating fruit. 54
Wash, say the blessing on the challah, and enjoy your meal.
SHACHARIT FOR THE SECOND DAY OF ROSH HASHANAH Sep. 20, 2020
As yesterday, the custom is to fill as much of the day as possible with recital of Tehillim.
Morning Blessings, Korbanot, Pesukei D’zimra 60–100
Shema with Blessings 101–108
Amidah for Rosh Hashanah 109–114
Avinu Malkeinu 152–154
Song of the Day 155
L’David Hashem Ori 159
Torah Reading for the second day 164–166
Haftarah for second day 170–172
SOUNDING THE SHOFAR
Vital instructions concerning the sounding of the shofar 330
Say Psalm 47 seven times 175
Eight verses (With more than two people, say this responsively) 175
Blessings and order of sounds 176
Yehi Ratzon 177
Three verses (With more than two people, say this responsively) 177
MUSAF FOR ROSH HASHANAH
When praying without a minyan, do not start Musaf until three halachic hours (one quarter of a day) after sunrise.
Musaf of Rosh Hashanah is different than every other musaf and fulfills a vital role. It is important to look it through beforehand and note its structure.
After the three opening blessings are three long blessings with three themes:
1. Proclaim G‑d as king over the world.
2. Mention memory of our covenant with Him.
3. Declare that He responds to the call of the shofar with compassion.

Each blessing contains ten verses from Tanach on its theme.
Three opening blessings 180–182 (2nd paragraph)
Begin kingship blessing (add inserts for Shabbat) 182
Ten verses on kingship bottom of 184 (“The L-rd will reign forever and ever”) –186
Begin remembrance blessing 186
Ten verses on remembrance middle of 187 (“G‑d remembered Noah…”) –188
Begin Shofar blessing 189
Ten verses on Shofar middle of 189 (“It was on the third day…”) – 190
Three closing blessings 191–192
Ein Kelokeinu 245
Aleinu, Al Tira 247
The Six Remembrances 264
Tehillim for the second day 249–257
KIDDUSH FOR ROSH HASHANAH DAY
Kiddush 266
MINCHA FOR ROSH HASHANAH
Leave enough time to be able to do Tashlich before dark.
Korbanot 269–272
Ashrei, Uva L’Tzion 272–274
Amidah for Rosh Hashanah 279–285
Avinu Malkeinu 285–287
L’David Hashem Ori, Aleinu, Al Tira 288–290
Tashlich 291–292
CONCLUSION OF ROSH HASHANAH
Maariv 293–306
Note all eight modifications and additions:
1. זכרינו “Remember us…” in first blessing.
2. מי כמוך “Who is like You…” in the second blessing.
3. Sign off המלך הקדוש “the holy King” in the third blessing
4. Add havdalah in the fourth blessing.
5. Sign off המלך השמפט “the King of Judgment” in the eleventh blessing.
6. וכתוב לחיים טובים “Inscribe all the children…” in the blessing of מודים.
7. ובספר חיים “And in the book of life…” in the last blessing.
8. Sign off the Amidah (and Kaddish) with עושה השלום “He who makes the peace”
Havdalah 306
Only wine—no candle or spices.