Synagogues are shortening the typically long Yom Kippur services to head off Zoom fatigue. Find your service here.

Want to attend a US online Yom Kippur service? Here are some options
by JTA
September 27, 2020

The global pandemic has upended traditional High Holiday services this year, closing synagogues or severely limiting attendance for the most-attended services of the year on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. In the United States, it’s also given rise to countless online services, collaborations and innovations that will allow Jews around the world to have diverse, robust holiday experiences online. The options can be overwhelming. But we’ve collected a non-exhaustive list of High Holidays offerings, arranged by the kind of experience you’re seeking. Most of these offerings are free, but a few require a small payment. To prevent unwanted intruders, many require preregistration. READ MORE FOR LINKS TO YOM KIPPUR SERVICES

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