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Yom Kippur 5784
A Fresh Start

The old year is gone, your next chapter has yet to be written. This year, refresh your soul with reflection, prayer, learning and meditation in a new community that will embrace you and celebrate your unique Jewish journey. 

Tickets for all Yom Kippur events:
  • Free for Masa Seattle Members (Not a member yet? Sign up today!
  • Non-member $36
  • Non-member couple $72
  • Children (anyone under 18) are always free...and most welcome! 

Yom Kippur Evening

Sunday, Sept. 24th


Kol Nidre

6:30 PM

Join us for a musically moving, contemplative and candle-lit service as we seek forgiveness from God, from others and from ourselves.

Yom Kippur Day

Monday, Sept. 25th


Yom Kippur Morning Meditation

10:00 AM -11:00 AM

We begin our day with a guided Jewish meditation where we will mentally clear our minds in preparation for clearing our slate for the coming year.

Yom Kippur Service

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Join us for this musical and contemplative service filled with thought provoking questions that will help us examine our miss-steps this past year and get back on track in 5784.

Spiritual Refreshments

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Stick around for some spiritual refreshments. After services, we will be dishing up a few learning opportunities to fill your day and feed your soul.

        2:00 PM -3:00 PM: Introduction to Mussar, the 19th

       century Lithuanian practice of Jewish self-improvement.

       3:00 PM -4:00 PM: Text Study: Jonah, the reluctant prophet.


4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The loved ones we have lost are always with us and yet we feel their absence most acutely when we observe holidays without them. During Yizkor, we take a moment to reconnect with the memories of family and friends who continue to enriched our lives long after their deaths.

Neilah and Havdalah

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

We will round out our day together with some more music, a few final prayers, some inspirational storytelling, and, finally, a beautiful havdalah ceremony to cap it all off.


6:00 PM

Food!!! Enough said!

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