Yom Kippur

Clergy face the ark on the bima during Yom Kippur in the Sanctuary

Beginning with the Kol Nidre and its soul-stirring prayers, the Day of Atonement offers you many options for community prayer and personal reflection.

As with Rosh HaShanah, you’ll find Intergenerational, young professional, preschool, and family services.

Many people in our community find meaning in spending much — if not all — of Yom Kippur day with us at Temple. Our dynamic schedule makes the soul feel good. You can spend your late morning and early afternoon discovering something new about Judaism, sitting for meditation, learning about a pressing social justice issue, and more.

The afternoon also brings a poetry and music hour, Afternoon, Yizkor, and N’ilah services, and an opportunity to break the fast at Temple with your community.

2022 Schedule

Kol Nidrei
Tuesday, October 4

Temple
Intergenerational service, 8–9:30 pm, Kaufmann Sanctuary/Livestream
2239 service, 8–9:30 pm, Albert & Shirley Small Chapel

JBSC
Intergenerational service, 7–8:30 pm, Worship Space

Yom Kippur
Wednesday, October 5

Temple
Preschool service, 9–9:30 am, Outside
Intergenerational service, 10–11:30 am, Kaufmann Sanctuary/Livestream
Family service, 1–2 pm, Kaufmann Sanctuary
Study session, 12:30–1:30 pm, Edlavitch Hall
Study session, 2–3 pm, Edlavitch Hall
Teen service 2–3 pm, Albert & Shirley Small Chapel
Music & Poetry, 3–3:45 pm, Kaufmann Sanctuary/Livestream
Afternoon, Yizkor & N’ilah, 4–6 pm, Kaufmann Sanctuary/Livestream

JBSC
Preschool service, 9–9:30 am, Outside
Intergenerational service, 10–11:30 am, Worship Space

Clergy face the ark on the bima during Yom Kippur in the Sanctuary