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www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/yom-kippur-history-and-overview

In fact, children under the age of nine and women in childbirth (from the time labor begins until three days after birth) are not permitted to fast, even if they want to. ... Fasting is the practice most associated with Yom Kippur, but the Bible does not explicitly call for Jews to refrain from eating or drinking. The phrase “ye shall ...

mashable.com/2017/09/29/puerto-rico-rabbi-pleads-for-help-from-united-states-hurricane

Sep 29, 2017 ... To do so, they've drawn from Jewish communities as far away as Canada, Israel, and other nations. Right now, the ... In a message on Friday, hours before the start of the enchanting but solemn Kol Nidre service that begins Yom Kippur, Rabbi Zarchi reflected on the deteriorating situation in Puerto Rico.

www.almanac.com/content/when-yom-kippur

Sep 30, 2017 ... Yom Kippur 2018 dates and meaning from The Old Farmer's Almanac. ... Yom Kippur is held on the 10th day of Tishrei, ten days after the start of Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year). All Jewish holidays begin at sundown ... Many Jews give money or time to the poorest amongst them. After Yom Kippur ...

www.centerforjewishlife.com/templates/articlecco_cdo/aid/1283473/jewish/High-Holidays-Schedule.htm

8:30 AM: Jewish Meditation by Rabbi Meir Chai Benhiyoun 9:30 AM: Morning Service 6:30 PM: Mincha 7:27 PM: Shabbat Ends RSVP HERE for Shabbat Meals. Yom Kippur: Germania Place: 108 W Germania Pl. Chicago IL, 60610 ( one block south of North Ave. on Clark st.) Friday, September 29 6:15 PM: Candle Lighting

www.thoughtco.com/how-to-light-yahrzeit-memorial-candles-2076761

A Yahrzeit, which is Yiddish for "a year's time," is the anniversary of the death of a loved one. Every year it is Jewish custom i.e. the minhag, to light a special candle that burns for 24 hours, called a Yahrzeit candle. The candle is lit on the Yahrzeit date of that person's death, as well as on certain holidays and during the initial ...

www.emanuelnyc.org/wor_holiday.php?holiday_id=21

Yom Kippur is a day to practice self-denial, which is executed through fasting, prayer and repentance. In preparation for Yom Kippur, it has become customary for Jews to seek forgiveness from friends and relatives they may have wronged throughout the year. Yom Kippur also is seen as a time to honor loved ones of ...

www.centralsynagogue.org/hhd

Central Synagogue also holds a number of services over the holidays that do not require tickets: our S'lichot worship and study session, our Tashlich trip to the East River, our Rosh HaShanah .... centralsynagogue - The Jewish People: Unity Not Unanimity (Yom Kippur 5777/2016, Study Session with Rabbi Rick Jacobs).

www.sbhseattle.org/yom-kippur-times

Yom Kippur Times. Erev Yom Kippur Selihot, followed by Shacharit – 5:30 AM. Minha – 3:30 PM Candle Light and Fast Starts – 6:26 PM Kal Nidre – 6:30 PM. Yom Kippur Day Tefila – 8:00 AM Minha – 4:30 PM Ne'ila – 6:10 PM Fast Ends – 7:28 PM. Reminder from the Rabbi: Anyone who has concerns about fasting, please ...

jewishinstlouis.org/shabbat-holidays/yom-kippur

Though the combination of teshuva and Yom Kippur atones for transgressions against God, it does not automatically erase wrongs committed against other people. It is therefore the universal Jewish custom – some time before Yom Kippur – to apologize and seek forgiveness from any friend, relative, or acquaintance whom ...