Yom Kippur begins tomorrow at sundown. TLD reader Mayer Sinensky pointed out that some of the synagogues on the Lower East Side now offer High Holiday services in English for people who have not been traditionally observant. Here are two options he mentioned:FREE-Yom Kippur Explanatory Services
Bialystoker Synagogue, Yom Kippur/High Holiday Beginners Service at 7-11 Willett Street/Bialystoker Place
Wednesday, September 26th 11:30 a.m. - p.m.
No knowledge of Hebrew required. This free service including Yizkor (memorial service) will be conducted in English. All prayers, customs and traditions are explained by Judge Martin Shulman. RSVP requested to: email@example.com More info: TheShulmans@aol.com or firstname.lastname@example.org FREE High Holidays: Beginners’ Experience
371 Madison Street (corner of Jackson)
Tuesday: September 25th 6:30pm-7:30pm KOL NIDRE
Wednesday: September 26th 11am-1pm PRAYER GROUP
For more info and registration, call 212-579-1388 or visit aishcenter.com
Are you looking for a fresh take on Yom Kippur services? Join me on the Lower East Side, at 371 Madison Street, where we’ll discover more than pray, and be inspired by what we learn from one another. We’ll be using a prayer booklet from our friends at Tikun in the UK. The services are in English. A program of the Aish Center.
Have specific questions? Curious about this meaningful program? Please feel free to contact Rabbi Stuart Shiff at 917-660-9341 or email@example.com