YOM KIPPUR ~ The Soul Cleanse



Important Last-Minute Location Change below:

The Hilton Garden Inn has cancelled our booking due to malfunction of their AC system. We will be holding Yom Kippur at our Princeville Location

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Dates & Times:

Yom Kippur begins: Tuesday, October 11, - 5:58 pm

Yom Kippur Ends: ">Wednesday, October 12 - 6:48 pm

Tuesday Eve: 
Candle-Lighting - 5:58 pm (SHARP) 
Kol Nidrei Service - 6:15 pm

10:00 am - Prayers begin 
11:00 am - Torah reading (approximate) 
12:00 pm - Yizkor Memorial Service

Group Study - 4:15 pm 
Afternoon Service / Story of Jonah - 5:45 pm 
Ne'ilah Closing service - 6:15 pm

BreakFast - 7:00 pm



Group Study Topic:


Why Fast?!


Diets of all kinds have become popular, but the Jewish people have been fasting for thousands of years. So, what’s behind the Yom Kippur fast? Wouldn’t a snack make it easier to remain in synagogue all day? This profound take on Yom Kippur reveals why eating simply has no place in the schedule.


New Year Donation

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Also, look out for our brand new, stunning, Kauai Jewish Calendar in the mail, in the next few days, featuring gorgeous Kauai photography by 13 local artists. If you don't think we have your address, send us an email with it, and we'll mail you one.

Wishing you and yours Shana Tova uMetuka - A Sweet New Year!

Looking forward to celebrating together in 5777!

Rabbi Michoel & Zisel Goldman

 With Gratitude to our Annual New Year Primary Benefactor

Mr Frank Kleinman, of Chicago, IL

May he and his family be blessed with only revealed goodness & happiness in the coming year, and forever!


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