Yom Kippur has long been considered the most holy day in the Jewish biblical calendar.
The name itself describes the history of the holy day for it was on this very day, once a year, that the High Priest would enter the Holy of Holies of the tabernacle and later the temple, to make atonement for the nation.
Yom Kippur illustrates regeneration (new life) for those who follow Yahweh’s way of atonement and is a day to consider the wonderful work of Yahshua on our behalf in the heavenly tabernacle. It is also a good day to fast and meet together to pray for the restoration of Israel and the peace of Jerusalem, as well as for spiritual transformation in our own countries and communities.
This day is remembered in local groups around the country.
To find out how your local church is marking this day, please get in touch with the local church contact.
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