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Yom Kippur 2023

Yom Kippur – Annual Canned Food Drive – Sunday, September 24

As in the past, we’re conducting a food drive for the Jewish Food Pantry. Please bring your nonperishable, canned or boxed food items to the lobby when you arrive for Kol Nidre on September 24.

We ask everyone to bring an amount of food that would be at least equal to the amount you would eat during the time of the Yom Kippur fast.

Erev Yom Kippur, Sunday, September 24

  • 1:30 pm Mincha
  • Before 6:37 pm Candle lighting (at home)
  • 6:40 pm Take out Torahs
  • 6:45 pm Kol Nidre
  • 6:50 pm Fast begins
  • 9:00 pm Ma’ariv Concludes

Yom Kippur • Monday, September 25, 2023 • 10 Tishrei 5784

Fast Concludes after Shofar is Sounded

Torah Portion

Leviticus 16:1–17
Numbers 29:7–11
Isaiah 57:14–58:14

Machzor pp. 202
Machzor p. 206
Machzor pp. 207-208

Stone Chumash pp. 636-645
Stone Chumash pp. 894-895
Stone Chumash pp. 1237-1238

Yom Kippur, Monday, September 25

  • 8:30 am Shachris
    Pesukei D’Zimra: TBD Sermon: Rabbi Chaim Bogopulsky
    Shacharis: Rabbi Chaim Bogopulsky Musaf: Elie Needle
    Leyning: Elie Needle Mincha: Rabbi Chaim Bogopulsky
    Haftorah: Kenny Bressler Neila: Elie Needle
  • 10:00 am Learners’ Service
  • 10:00 am Children’s Program
  • 11:30 am Drasha
  • 11:45 am Yizkor
  • 12:30 pm Musaf
  • 4:45 Mincha
  • 6:10 pm Neila
  • 7:30 pm Ma’ariv
  • 7:42 pm Havdalah
  • 7:44 pm Shofar sounded
  • After Shofar Fast concludes


Once again, Lenny Alper, this time with the help of Teretha Carter and Kevin Nelson, orchestrated the set-up of the Sanctuary and Social Hall for the High Holidays. Thank you so very much, Lenny, for the time, effort and assistance you provide our Shul.

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