Begins at sundown on September 22. Yom Kippur is Judaism’s most sacred day of the year. On Yom Kippur, we say we're sorry. In fact, the rabbis teach that for a complete teshuvah (repentance) to take effect, it requires us to admit our sins, apologize, and set things right for the future. That demonstrates sincere remorse and a desire for change. On Yom Kippur people participate in several cutsoms and in the course of Yom Kippur we hold five prayer services.
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Earlier Event: September 20Yoga for Renewal
Later Event: September 27Lehrhaus Judaica's Introduction to the Bay Area Community Talmud Circle