Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is the most important Jewish Holiday. It is believed that G-d seals one's fate for the upcoming year at the end of Yom Kippur. Thus, this day is a time of fasting, prayer, Repentance, and atonement.
|Year||Starts on Sunset on||Ends at Sunset on|
|2013||Friday, September 13th||Saturday, September 14th|
|2014||Friday, October 3rd||Saturday, October 4th|
|2015||Tuesday, September 22nd||Wednesday, September 23rd|
|2016||Tuesday, October 11th||Wednesday, October 12th|
|2017||Friday, September 29th||Saturday, September 30th|
|2018||Tuesday, September 18th||Wednesday, September 19th|
|2019||Tuesday, October 8th||Wednesday, October 9th|
|2020||Sunday, September 27th||Monday, September 28th|
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