Yom Kippur 5783/2022
Tuesday, October 4 – Wednesday, October 5
This Yom Kippur, we look forward to praying as one community across Jazz at Lincoln Center, Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew, the BJ Sanctuary, Zoom, and Livestream.
All members who have registered should have received entrance cards for the High Holy Days. All services from the BJ Sanctuary, as well as Family and Children’s services will be streamed. We will also have a member-only Zoom option. Register here. >>
Yom Kippur Candle lighting
Candle lighting 6:14 PM End of Yom Kippur 7:13 PM
Yom Kippur Services
|October 4||6:00PM||Kol Nidre||BJ Sanctuary, Jazz at Lincoln Center|
|October 4||6:00PM||Kol Nidre: Aviv 20s & 30s||89th Street Community House – 3rd Floor|
|October 4||6:00PM||Kol Nidre: Families (6+)||Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew|
|October 5||9:00AM||Yom Kippur Morning Services||BJ Sanctuary, Jazz at Lincoln Center|
|October 5||9:15AM||Yom Kippur Morning Services: Early Childhood Families (birth-5)||Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew|
|October 5||10:30AM||Yom Kippur Morning Services: Families (6+)||Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew|
|October 5||3:00PM||Yom Kippur Meditation for Teens||89th Street Community House|
|October 5||3:45PM||Seder Ha-Avodah Service||BJ Sanctuary|
|October 5||4:30PM||Minha and Ne’ilah||BJ Sanctuary, Church of St. Paul St. Andrew|
- Vaccination and masking are highly encouraged, but are not required, for all BJ events, services, and programs.
- Mask-required sections will be offered but masking in the rest of our spaces will be optional.
- Service leaders, Torah readers, and others who are chanting or reading from the bimah who choose to unmask will be required to take a PCR test. Otherwise, those coming to the bimah should wear a mask.