Yom Kippur Services 2020

How to attend Yom Kippur Services indoors at NHBZ

Those who were inside for Rosh Hashana do not need to resubmit paperwork.

There are still a few seats remaining for inside davening. There is a possibility that demand will exceed availability of seats. In such circumstances, we may have to accommodate one member by asking another member to give up his or her seat so that every eligible member wanting to daven indoors on Yom Kippur can attend at least one indoor service.

Contact Jeff Miller immediately by replying to this email or calling 991-2100 ext.2 to reserve an indoor seat if you fit in the following guidelines:

  • If you are under 64 and wish to attend you may submit the Covid form in this bulletin ASAP.
  • If you are under 64 but have health issues you will also need a note from your doctor attesting that can attend services.
  • If you are 65 -74 you must submit the Covid form and submit a doctors note doctor attesting that can attend services.
  • If you are over 74 you can attend outdoor services.

Erev Yom Kippur – Sunday, September 27

Yizkor Service on Zoom*………………………11:00 am

Mincha (Outdoors)………………………………..1:30 pm

Kol Nidre on Zoom*…………………………… 3:00 pm

Kol Nidre Inside (chairs will be set up on the terrace for those who cannot or choose to daven outside)…………….6:20 pm

Candle Lighting at home ………………………..6:32 pm

* Yizkor Service and Kol Nidre will be available via Zoom video. Please join the service at least 5 minutes before start time.

To join each service by video, click on the link below:

Yizkor at 11:00 am – click here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82902283919

Kol Nidre at 3:00 pm – click here: https://zoom.us/j/136785930

Yom Kippur – Monday, September 28

Indoor and Outdoor Services………………………. 8:30 am – 11:30 am

Learners’ Service Outdoors………….,…………… 10:00 am

Mincha / Neilah / Maariv Indoors ……………………… 4:45 pm

(chairs will be set up on the terrace for those who cannot or choose to daven outside)

Shofar Sounds and Fast Ends at ……………..…….7:34 pm