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Yom Kippur

8:30 a.m.  Sanctuary Service (Yizkor Memorial Service around 11 a.m.)
10 a.m.      Family Service (families w/ kids Newborn – Kindergarten; Makom Sholom)
10 a.m.      Renew Our Days: Yom Kippur Unbound (Gronowski Family Chapel, Yizkor Memorial Service around 12 p.m.)
10 a.m.      Teshuvah / Return (Koret Hall Service, Yizkor Memorial Service around 11:30 a.m.)
10 a.m.      Days of AWEsomeness (Newborn – Grade 5)
10 a.m.      Kadima Klub (Grades 6 – 8)
2 p.m.        Yom Kippur Afternoon Teachings
2 p.m.        Open Meditation (Makom Shalom)
4:30 p.m.  Days of AWEsomeness (Newborn – Grade 5)
5 p.m.        Mincha and Ne'ila and Ma'ariv (Sanctuary)
8 p.m.        Break-the-Fast (Koret Hall)


                 

Yom Kippur in a nutshell
Literal Meaning: Day of Atonement
Mood/Mode: Humility/Spiritual Af iction
Feel: We fast together, humble ourselves, and contemplate our mortality even as we recall that we are in nitely precious to the Divine. We self-assess our spiritual lives and hold ourselves personally accountable for our choices.

Earlier Event: September 18
Kol Nidre