Yom Kippur with KI

After comfortably and safely hosting more than 300 people in and around our campus over Rosh Hashanah, we turn our hearts and minds to Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement. It will begin in the evening of Wednesday, September 15 and end in the evening of Thursday, September 16.

In this second year of COVID-affected services, we have once again adapted, as we strive to create a welcoming and safe space for worship. To help meet the needs of our growing community, we’ll be offering three services: sanctuary (in-person and online), social hall (in-person and online), and outdoors and undercover at 2Life’s Brown Family House on the 384 Harvard Campus (in-person only).

Please note that we are at capacity for our in-person services – and ask that all those coming to KI wear a mask. Click the links to join us virtually to either the sanctuary (led by Hazzan Wachs) or social hall (led by Hazzan Sokol).

G’mar chatima tovah, may you be sealed in the Book of Life.

Wednesday, Sept. 15     

Kol Nidre: 6:15PM

Outdoor | Sanctuary | Social hall

*Sermons: Sanctuary (Rabbi Hamilton), Social halll (Rabbi Starr), Outside (Joseph Ditkoff)

Candle lighting: 6:35PM

Thursday, Sept. 16   

Morning services:

8:45AM Outdoor begins

8:45AM Online: Sanctuary

9:10AM Online: Social Hall

Sermons followed by Yizkor: 11:10AM

Outdoor | Sanctuary | Social hall

*Sermons: Sanctuary (Rabbi Starr), Social hall (Rabbi Hamilton), Outside (Talia Laster)

Mincha: 4:45PM

Outdoor and Sanctuary

Neilah: 6:15PM

Outdoor | Sanctuary | Social hall

Maariv 7:20PM

Outdoor | Sanctuary | Social hall

Shofar: 7:35PM

Outdoor | Sanctuary | Social hall

For those coming in-person, Drs. Onir and Jeffrey Spiegel are sponsoring Break Fast again this year at KI.