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Erev Yom Kippur Sunday
Kapparot 2
Do this preferably before dawn. You can use money instead of a chicken. Instead of saying this hen shall go to death, say this money will go to charity.
Eat for two days today. Eating on Erev Yom Kippur is considered as though you fasted this day as well.
Mincha for Erev Yom Kippur
Korbanot 7–9
Ashrei 9–10
Amidah 11–16
Vidui (before the end of the Amidah) Bottom of 16–21
It’s a mitzvah to articulate any sins you may have on Yom Kippur. We do this with the vidui prayer a total of ten times, beginning now. This first time is considered the most important. Take your time saying it.
Psalm 27, Aleinu, Al Tirah 22–25
Eat a full meal and finish before candle lighting time.
Avoid heavy foods and foods that stick in the teeth, such as nuts.
Candle Lighting 25
Many have the custom to light a 24-hour candle for themselves, as well as another for a deceased parent. Make sure to light these before lighting the Yom Kippur candles.
Evening of Yom Kippur
Talit 101
Put on the talit before sunset. If you put it on after sunset, don’t say the blessing.
Sunset Vidui (#2) 16–21
We say the vidui as the sun goes down so that we enter the day in teshuvah.
Tehillim 26–34
Kol Nidre (skip the paragraph at the bottom of 35) 35-36
Although Kol Nidre is technically a procedure for annuling vows, which requires three men to be appointed judges, some also consider it a prayer, and therefore it could be said when praying alone.
Shehechyanu (for those who did not light candles) Bottom 36
Maariv (includes Vidui #3) 42–57
Selichot 58–71
Skip the two paragraphs Keil Melech (Almighty King) on 62, 65 & 67. This is the prayer of thirteen attributes of mercy that is only said with a minyan.
Vidui #4 71–76
Continue Selichot 76–80
Avinu Malkeinu 80–82
LeDavid (By David, a Psalm) 82
Said slowly, with focus.
Aleinu, Al Tira 85–86
First Four Chapters of Tehillim (Psalms) 87–88
Prayer Before Retiring at Night 88-92
Tehillim (Psalms) 92–95
Yom Kippur Morning Monday
Morning Prayers (includes Vidui #5) 96–155
You may have some cherished piutim in the Chazan’s repetition that you may want to say.
Selichot (includes Vidui #6) 175–top of 187
Skip the two paragraphs Keil Melech (Almighty King) each time they appear, as you did in Maariv.
Avinu Malkeinu 190–192
Song of the Day 193-194
Hoshe’anu and Psalm 27 196–197
Torah Reading 202–203
Haftarah 207–208
Yizkor 210–211
Pledge an amount of charity, but don’t write it down or give it until after Yom Kippur
Ashrei 212
Musaf (includes Vidui #7) 215–226
You may have some cherished piutim in the Chazan’s repetition that you may want to say.
The Avodah (optional) 246–258
Selichot (includes Vidui #8) 258–top of 281
Skip the two paragraphs Keil Melech (Almighty King) each time they appear, as you did in Maariv.
Tehillim (Psalms) 288–296
Six Remembrances 298
Mincha
Korbanot 299–301
Torah Reading 304–305
Haftarah (Story of Jonah) 306–308
Amidah (includes Vidui #9) 310–319
Selichot (includes Vidui #10) 326–top of 339
Skip the two paragraphs Keil Melech (Almighty King) each time they appear, as you did in Maariv.
Avinu Malkeinu 342–344
Psalm 27 345
Neilah
Ashrei, Uva Letzion, Amidah 347–357
You may have some cherished piutim in the Chazan’s repetition that you may want to say.
Selichot 365–373
Omit the recitation of the 13 attributes at each occurrence.
Avinu Malkeinu 376–378
Shema Yisrael etc. 379
Kaveh, Aleinu, Al Tira 380–383
Completion of Tehillim (Psalms) 384–389
Maariv 390–402
Havdalah 403
No besamim unless it’s Saturday night. The Havdalah candle must be lit from a flame that has burned throughout Yom Kippur. If this is not possible, a blessing is not made on the candle at all.