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When is Yom Kippur?

by Rabbi Naftali Silberberg

  

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Yom Kippur is the 10th day of the Hebrew month of Tishrei.


For the year 2013, Yom Kippur starts at sundown, Friday, September 13th, and ends at nightfall, Saturday, September 14th. [Click here for the exact times of sunset and nightfall for any location.]


Yom Kippur is the Jewish Day of Atonement. Click here to read more about "What is Yom Kippur?" and "How is Yom Kippur observed?" Please go to "What happens when Yom Kippur is on Shabbat" as it is this year, 2013.


The following are the beginning dates for Yom Kippur for the next few years:


2014 -- sundown, October 3rd


2015 -- sundown, September 22nd


2016 -- sundown, October 11th


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Tishrei
The seventh month of the Jewish calendar. This month, which arrives in early autumn, has more holidays than any other month: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot and Simchat Torah.
Yom Kippur
Day of Atonement. This late-autumn high-holiday is the holiest day of the year. We devote this day to repentance and all healthy adults are required to fast.