Join the congregation as we observe Yom Kippur. Communal worship on the most solemn day in the Jewish calendar resumes at 5:00pm and continues until the blasts of the shofar at nightfall signal the end of the yomtov. Everyone wishing to attend is welcome.
Approximate times of the individual services, the length of which may vary according to circumstances, are as follows:
Geoff Garber from Melbourne’s King David School will be rejoining us this year to help ensure a sacred and moving occasion.
This is the first year Hobart synagogue will be using the new Mishkan T’Shuvah High Holy Day prayer book which introduces a new Musaf (additional) service. This format is traditional in Orthodox services but was not in the old Progressive prayer book.
As it’s the first year using the new Mishkan T’Shuvah prayer book, the length of services are approximate only and may vary.