Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, falls on the Hebrew calendar date of 10 Tishrei. Here are the coinciding secular dates for upcoming years:
2016: October 11-12
2017: September 29-30
Note: The Jewish calendar date begins at sundown of the night beforehand. Thus all Yom Kippur observances begin at sundown on the first secular date listed, and conclude the following day at nightfall.
I missed Kol Nidre till next year September 22, 2015 but I should be leaving my home around 5:50pm until 10:00pm and next day September 23, 2015 the day service in Congregation Ohr Torah in Woodmere and I should have the nice Cantor from Yemen as a Yemeni guy who will be the cantor from the Middle East as I will be held with Kol Nidre in the service anytime soon as the sun goes down prior to be fasting.
Anonymous North Woodmere, NY.
July 29, 2014
It's always great to know these dates ahead of time!
January 22, 2014
Yom Kippur and all Jewish holidays are observed on the same date on the Hebrew calendar, whichever secular date that coincides with applies to wherever one lives.
Chabad.org Staff mychabad.org
January 8, 2014
THE WHOLE WORLD?
IT is the same date for the whole world or just US?
Jibbe Khan Sweden
January 4, 2014
Studying the Bible it helps to know these things to put everything into perspective. Thank you.
December 6, 2013
Anonymous SE USA
September 11, 2013
In this case, Yom Kippur supersedes Shabbat so we do not make kiddush nor the blessing on challah, nor do we eat or drink anything else. We do eat two full meals on Friday before the start of the fast. For more information please see: Fasting when Yom Kippur is on Shabbat
Mrs. Chana Benjaminson mychabad.org
September 11, 2013
yom kippur on shabbes
What happens with the day of rest (Shabbos) when Yom Kippur falls on a shabbes like this (and the following) year?
Matti Goldschmidt Munich (Germany)
September 5, 2013
Do they ever skip their leap year?
August 25, 2013
Times vary from city to city and town to town, to find times for your location please go to this link.