Your Yom Kippur questions answered
Impress your friends and family with these little-known facts about the Day of Atonement.
Yom Kippur begins at sunset on Sunday, September 27 and ends at sundown on Monday, September 28, 2020.
Where to find a free online service for the Day of Atonement.
High Holidays During Coronavirus
Try these seven tips to make the holiday sacred and special, even if you're not going to synagogue in person.
Blessings for beginning Yom Kippur in Hebrew, English, and transliteration.
Key vocabulary for the Jewish Day of Atonement.
Blowing the ram's horn on the High Holidays.
Confused about Yom Kippur? Mayim Bialik breaks it down.
The month prior to the Jewish new year is a time of introspection and personal stock-taking.
Transitioning out of the Day of Atonement — and back to food.
Don't believe in God? Reward and punishment? The obligations of Jewish law? Here's why you might want to fast anyway.
The Jewish practice of repentance involves not merely turning away from sin, but turning toward the dark parts of ourselves.
This series of petitions addressed to "Our Father, Our King," is recited on Yom Kippur and other fast days.
What to expect in synagogue on the Day of Atonement.