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Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur Times
Sunday, September 27
Candle-lighting/Yom Kippur/Fast begins at 6:39 PM
Monday, September 28
Fast/Yom Kippur Ends at 7:36 PM

Virtual Yizkor Service
Sunday, September 27 at 9:00 AM on Zoom   https://zoom.us/j/4672710965
There will be a few moments allotted for private Yizkors during the in-person Yom Kippur services, but this will be the main Yizkor service for our community.

Virtual Kol Nidre with Noah Bar-Shain
Sunday, September 27 at 6:00 PM on Zoom   https://zoom.us/j/4672710965
Based on the Psak of Rav Hershel Schachter, we are going to gather virtually in the minutes before Yom Kippur begins for Kol Nidrei led by Noah Bar-Shain in our main sanctuary, with a brief Drasha given by Rabbi Albert. The service will begin promptly at 6:00 PM and end by 6:30 PM, giving members a few minutes to finish their food and drink before the fast begins at 6:39 PM. We hope you will join us for our entire community to be united in this powerful moment of introspection and prayer led by Noah's beautiful voice.

 

Instructions for Individuals Davening at Home
We thank the Rabbinical Council of America for sharing the following cheat-sheets for what to say, and what to skip, when reciting the Yom Kippur morning Tefilot at home. 

 

 

Printable Children's Machzor for Davening at Home

We thank the Orthodox Union's Chag-at-Home program for sharing this special resource for families whose children will be davening Yom Kippur at home this year. The Yom Kippur section starts on page 29.

Print out this Machzor before Yom Tov and enjoy the opportunities to connect around the prayers as a family!

 

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