October 5, 2022


2:00 pm

Interactive Exposition of Hebrews 10:19-39 will be led by Rabbi Shawn Moir from 2:00pm-4:00pm on Yom Kippur in the Sanctuary. Join us as we learn to expose what is in the text from its original context and draw from the text’s timeless principles to apply to modern life. Come prepared to participate in the discussions and please bring your Bible.


G’mar Chatima Tovah! May you be sealed in the Book of Life!

“The tenth day of this seventh month is Yom-Kippur; you are to have a holy convocation, you are to deny yourselves, and you are to bring an offering made of fire to Adonai.” Vayikra (Leviticus) 23:27

Yom Kippur brings to a close the Ten Days of Awe which began with Rosh HaShanah. Yom Kippur is known as the Day of Atonement, the most solemn holy day for the Jewish people. Atonement provides the reconciliation of G-d and man. We observe Yom Kippur by fasting, studying and praying for twenty-four hours. Our website provides the Biblical history and context of this holiday. Please click here to learn more about it!

A Jewish feast or festival may contain multiple services and/or events. There are four services/events for our Yom Kippur observance:  Erev Yom Kippur, Yom Kippur morning service, a Teaching/Yeshiva, and the N’ilah service. Yom Kippur begins at sundown on Tuesday, October 4, and continues through sundown on Wednesday, October 5.

Please join us for the following services. As always, there is no charge for seats and reservations are not required.

October 4

7 pm            Erev Yom Kippur


October 5

10:30 am     Yom Kippur Morning Service

2:00 pm      Yom Kippur Teaching: Interactive Exposition of Hebrews 10:19-39

7:00 pm      N’ilah Service

After the N’ilah Service, join us as we Break the Fast with a light nosh.*
*If you can spare an hour to help us prepare the nosh, please let us know. No experience necessary – just a heart to serve!
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