Judaism

Yom Kippur Talliot

A Tallit
A Tallit

At Yom Kippur services this past weekend, I would have to say that close to 60% of male attendees wore a tallit. For a Reform congregation, that is a huge percentage! I’d also estimate that about 90% of male attendees donned a kippah, which in our congregation is about normal. The only ones who didn’t seemed to be those brought up in the classical reform tradition and are set in their ways (you know, the ones who complain about there being too much Hebrew).

Including our rabbi, we had 5 or so women don a tallit as well.

No real point here, I just thought it worth mentioning 🙂

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