Yom Kippur 2 in Amsterdam: Ne'ilah and post-fastmeal – Sep 25
Join dozens of Dutch and Internationals Jewish people for our the annual Yom Kippur services in the South of Amsterdam.
Sep 25th 2023
Sep 25th 2023
On Monday September 25th, we will gather to conclude the most sacred day in the Jewish calender, Yom Kippur. Just like every year, Chabad on Campus will be hosting services for Kol Nidre and Ne’ilah. These synagogue services are thoughtfully designed to be accessible, featuring explanations in English and enriched with beautiful melodies.
Ne’ilah, the final prayer and conclusion of Yom Kippur, holds deep significance, and we invite you to be a part of this meaningful experience. As the fast comes to an end, the shema will be recited followed by the sound of the Shofar. After the service a light meal will be served to break the fast.
We extend a warm welcome to you to join us for this special occasion as we celebrate Yom Kippur in Amsterdam.
Our gatherings typically center around the Zuidas area (near Amsterdam Zuid (South) station). Once you register, we’ll provide you with the exact event location.
Mincha service: 5:30 PM
Ne’ilah service: 7 PM
End of the fast and post-fast meal: 8.14 PM
Attendance at the Yom Kippur Services at Chabad on Campus is free of charge. If you wish to contribute to Chabad on Campus or sponsor this event, you can do so through the following link: https://chabadoncampus.nl/en/donate.
Understanding Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur encompasses various customs, such as refraining from eating, drinking, and wearing leather shoes. To learn more about this significant day, please visit: https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/4687/jewish/Yom-Kippur.htm.
Queries and Contact
Should you have any inquiries, kindly reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. May your Yom Kippur be a profound and meaningful experience.
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