Guide To The High Holidays For Interfaith Families: Yom Kippur–The Day of Atonement

By InterfaithFamily


Ten days after the Jewish New Year holiday of Rosh Hashanah comes the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur. A day of collective confession, fasting and prayer, Yom Kippur is a serious holiday but not a sad one–an intense way to start the New Year.

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