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Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur

October 11-12, 2016

Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year, celebrates our relationship with G d.

We have this incredible, special opportunity to bond with our very essence, the part within us that forever remains close to G d.

While it's the most serious, solemn day of the year - there is joy, too:

The joy of our unique, everlasting, no-strings-attached connection with our Creator. The joy that comes from the confidence that, as the Gates of Judgement close, our prayers will be accepted and we will be granted a year of goodness, life, health and happiness.

Take a minute - and browse the links below to help make your Yom Kippur experience more meaningful. 

Loads of content  available on our site  can help too...:)

Best wishes for a sweet new year, filled with health, joy, peace and connection to the One Above! Tzom Kal - best wishes for an easy fast.

Rabbi Itchel & Perel Krasnjansky 

Yom Kippur Schedule, Tuesday & Wednesday, Oct. 11-12


Light candles at 5:50 pm (max. latest time allowed is 6:07 pm). (No eating or drinking allowed after this time.)

Kol Nidrei - 5:50 pm - Ala Moana Hotel, 2nd Floor, Carnation Room


Shacharit Morning Service - 9:00 am, Chabad House / Beit Chabad

YIZKOR Memorial Prayer - 12:00 noon,   Chabad House / Beit Chabad

Children's Program - 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Chabad House / Beit Chabad

Mincha Afternoon Service - 4:30 pm Ala Moana Hotel, 2nd Floor, Carnation Room 

Neilah, Closing Prayers -  5:30 pm Ala Moana Hotel, 2nd Floor, Carnation Room

Break-the-Fast Buffet - 7:00 pm - Chabad House /  / Beit Chabad

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