Yom Kippur in the Park 2021
Erev Yom Kippur, 15 September 2021
Dear Community Member,
Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish calendar. Whilst the most important mitzvot of the day relate to fasting and avoiding work, prayer is an essential part of the day.
We are fortunate and grateful that the community has been given the green light by NSW Health to conduct short outdoor services within strict guidelines.
Below you will find the times and locations for the services on Yom Kippur Day, Thursday, 16th September 2021.
It is imperative that we as a community adhere to the guidelines to ensure both the safety and the image of the community.
Please read the following instructions carefully:
There is an exemption for someone to lead a short service, not for lengthy or complete services.
Attendees may gather in multiple groups of up to 5 people per group.
Attendees over the age of 16 must be fully vaccinated (two doses) and evidence must be available.
Attendees must remain socially distant from all other groups or household units.
Attendees must not chant or sing.
When the service is over, move on to allow others to participate.
If you have any queries, please contact your local synagogue.
Times and Locations
The times below reflect the time-ranges when the Rabbi will be in a particular location.
Short meaningful services will run for 15 minutes, at regular intervals during the listed time-ranges.