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In many communities it is customary to say Selichot before the morning prayers, as on all the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur—but this is not Chabad custom.

The Mizmor L'Todah psalm is omitted from the morning prayers, as is the Tachanun (all the penitential prayers). The day before Yom Kippur is considered a semi-holiday, and these prayers are not in line with the prevailing joyous atmosphere.

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Chabad.org Staff via mychabad.org September 13, 2013

To Anonymous Chabad custom is not to say Avinu Malkeinu on this day, other communities do say it. Reply

Anonymous September 13, 2013

is the long avinu malkeinu said in shacharis of erev yom kippur? Reply

Chabad.org Staff via mychabad.org September 12, 2013

To Viviene The prayer is the same, you just modify a few words by saying "this money will go to charity", "zeh hakesef yelech litzdakah". For the full text see here. Reply

Viviane Salem September 11, 2013

Kappa rot Is there a special prayer for doing kapparot with money please let me know. Thanks Reply

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