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The best known and most common Yom Kippur prayer is called Kol Nidre ("all vows" in English). Kol Nidre is the prayer recited just before sunset, nine days after Rosh...

Yom Kippur
Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at sundown - Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Yom Kippur is an important Jewish holiday that falls on the 10th day of the month of Tishrei in the Jewish calendar.

Confession in Judaism


1 The Hebrew Bible; 2 The structure of a confession; 3 In prayer; 4 Ashamnu, the ... On Yom Kippur the High Priest confessed his sins and those of Israel onto a ...

Yom Kippur Blessings: For starting observance of the day ...


On Yom Kippur, we share a holiday meal called seudat mafseket, the concluding meal before the fast begins. We begin the ... A Prayer for the Jewish New Year.

The term Yom Kippur literally means "Day of Atonement" in Hebrew. Yom Kippur is an annual holy day observed by Jews on the tenth day of Tishri (just after Rosh Hashanah) and is characterized by fasting and prayer for the atonement of sins. Observant Jews regard it as ... More »
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The Yom Kippur Services - An Overview - High Holidays - Chabad.org


A brief primer leading you through the various Yom Kippur prayers and prayer services.

The Text of Al Chet - High Holidays - Chabad.org


(The "Al Chet" confession of sins is said ten times in the course of the Yom Kippur services: Following the Amidah of the afternoon prayers of the day before Yom ...

Judaism 101: Yom Kippur


Learn about the Jewish Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur. ... Observances: Fasting, Prayer and Repentance Length: 25 Hours Greeting: Have an easy fast

A Step-by-Step Yom Kippur Guide - High Holidays - Chabad.org


On Yom Kippur, the tallit (prayer shawl) is worn for all the prayer services. In preparation for Kol Nidrei, the tallit should preferably be donned before sunset.

Prayer Services for Yom Kippur - My Jewish Learning


The first communal prayer service of Yom Kippur actually takes place immediately prior to sunset on the evening of Yom Kippur. This service is called Kol Nidrei ...

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Q: What is the Yom Kippur prayer?
A: The Shehecheyanu prayer (recited at beggining of service) is Blessed are you, our God, Read More »
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Q: The Yom Kippur prayer?
A: I think that'd be the “Hineni Heani Mimaas,” but, not being a Jew I can't be 100% sure! Good luck with it! x Read More »
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Q: Yom kippur prayers online?
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Q: What is a Yom Kippur prayer that starts with a K?
A: Kol Nidrei is both the opening prayer and the name for the evening Read More »
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Q: Why is the Kol Nidrei Yom Kippur prayer said in Aramaic?
A: The prayer was instituted while the Jews were living in Babylonia, where the common language was Aramaic. It was important that everyone understand the... Read More »
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