Guide for those Davening without a Minyan on Yom Kippur 2020

Guide for those Davening without a Minyan on Yom Kippur

Page listings from the NHBZ Machzor

YOM KIPPUR EVE

  1. One may recite “Kol Nidrei” pages 35-36
    * Omit the passage “על דעת המקום” (“With the sanction” p.35)
    and omit the line “מיום כיפורים זה עד יום כיפורים הבא ” (“from this Yom Kippur … for good”)  page 36
  2. Recite Shehechiyanu
  3. Recite blessings before and after the Shema through the end of the Silent Amidah [without Baruchu/Chatzi Kaddish]  pages 43-57
    * A rule that applies throughout the davening without a minyan: Baruchu/Kaddish (in any form) is not said.
  4. One may recite the Selichos pages 58-80
    * Omit whenever occur the following passages / lines:
    אל מלך…לכל קוראיך” (“Almighty King … to all who call upon You”)  For example on page 62
    סלח נא…כדבריך”   (“Pardon, I beseech You … in accordance with Your words”)  For example, on page 63
    רחמנא…קריב”  (“May the Merciful One … very soon.”)  page 80
    In addition, one should not say the public Vidui/Confession from page 73 (beginning with “You know”) until page 76 (” …of this Torah.”)
  5. Recite Avinu Malkeinu pages 80-82
  6. Recite Aleinu  page 85

MORNING

1a) Morning Blessings. pages 96-98

  1. Introductory Prayers and Psalms of Praise (Psukei D’Zimra)  pages 115-136
    * Optimally, one should recite all these prayers.
    *  Minimally, one must say:

    1. Blessed is He who spoke… (Boruch Sh’amar)  p. 125
    2. Happy are those… (Ashrei) p. 127-128
    3. The soul of every living… (Nishmas) p. 133, and onward.

One says everything until the “Hatzi Kaddish” before ברכו (Barechu)  on page 136

  1. Say all the Blessings before & after the “Shema” till the end of the “Silent Amida” [without “Kedusha”]  pages 137-155
  2. Regarding prayers appearing in the Chazzan’s Repetition for Shacharis, one may recite the following, but is not obligated to do so:
    •”ובכן תנו עז …תפארתו”  “And thus ascribe …. upon Israel”  page 169
    •”ובכן לך הכל יכתירו… לתומך תמימיו ביום דין  “And thus shall all crown… His sincere ones on the day of judgement” pps. 170-171
    One should not say the public Vidui//Confession in the Chazzan’s Repetition
  3. Recite Avinu Malkeinu (p. 190), Psalm of the Day (p.193) and LeDovid/ By David (p.196)
  4. Torah Reading:   pages 202-203
  5. Haftorah: pages 207-208

OPTIONAL TO RECITE*

אתה הראת/אין כמוך…בקדושתו (“You have been shown … to His people Israel”) page 198
בריך שמיה (“Blessed is the Name… for peace”)  page 199
ריבנו של עולם…ולשלם (“Master of the world…”) (“Blessed is the Name… and for peace)  pages 161-162

DO NOT RECITE*
Blessings before/after Aliya as well as blessings before/after the Torah Readings and Haftarah •ה׳ ה׳…ונקה•  (middle of page 198)

  1. Recite Yizkor (if obligated)  page 210-211
  2. Recite Ashrei  page 212
  3. Recite the Silent Amidah for Musaf    pages 215-226
  4. Regarding prayers that appear in the Chazzan’s Repetition for Musaf, one must recite the “Seder HaAvodah” from “אתה כוננת“(“You established”) through ” כל אלה” (“All these”) pages 246-258

One should not say the public Vidui/Confession in the repetition.

One can also say (no obligation):

  • U’nesaneh Tokef / Let us proclaim   p. 238
  • Ha’ochayz / He holds  until  Pa’alo / sincere   pps. 241-242
  • Aileh Ezkarah / These I recall  until  Keesay Rachamim / Throne of Mercy   pgs. 266-270

MINCHA

Torah Reading:  pages 304-305
Haftorah: pages 306-308

OPTIONAL TO RECITE

Va’yee been’soah / B’reech  – Whenever the Ark / Blessed is the Name until  V’leesh’lam / for peace   page 302

DO NOT RECITE

Blessings before/after Aliya as well as blessings before/after the Haftarah

  1. Silent Amidah   pages 310-319
  2. One should not recite the public Vidui/Confession in the Chazzan’s Repetition for Mincha
  3. Recite Avinu Malkeinu  pages 342-344
  4. Recite L’Dovid / By David  pages 345-346

NE’ILAH

  1. Recite Ashrei and Uva LeTzion   pages 347-349
  2. Silent Amidah   pages 350-357
  3. Regarding prayers that appear in the Chazzan’s Repetition for Ne’ilah, one should not recite the public Vidui/Confession
  4. Though not obligated, one may recite all the Selichot for Ne’ilah with the exception of
    * Hashem, Hashem / Lord, Lord  until U’n’chal’tanu / own possession (for example, on the top of page 365).
  5. Recite Avinu Malkeinu pages 377-378
  6. Recite “שמע…הוא האלו-הים / Shema …. Hashem Hu Ha’Elokim  page 379

MAARIV FOR MOTZEI / End of YOM KIPPUR

  1. Recite Maariv   pages 390-400  Aleinu, page 401
  2. One may sound the Shofar when Yom Kippur ends
  3. Recite Havdalah over a cup of wine/grape juice and a candle that had been lit from prior to the onset of Yom Kippur  p.403

Questions?   Please contact Rabbi Ze’ev Smason at Pepshort613@gmail.com