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  • #603817

    tHtmn
    Member

    Hi,

    Does anyone know of a nice minyan in Lakewood that has yom kippur koton mincha tomorrow, AND has a women’s section?

    Any helpful information will be much appreciated.

  • #880191

    hakohen53
    Member

    I don’t know this personally, but I asked someone who does and he suggested the Capital Hotel in Lakewood.

  • #880192

    There are a few minyanim of Yom Kippur in Satmar on Forest ave between 4th and 5th . I have noticed girls coming out of the ladies section there after minyanim, so I’m assuming that it’s for women as well.

  • #880194

    If I pass by later today (which is quite possible) I will check the times and post it.

  • #880195

    tHtmn
    Member

    Thank you- that would be amazing.

  • #880196

    147
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    Tonite is 99 nites left to Yom Kippur nite.

  • #880197

    mexipal
    Member

    why would a lady want to do yom kipur koton?

  • #880198

    yitayningwut
    Member

    why wouldn’t she?

  • #880199

    mexipal
    Member

    it is not a common practice. is it a segula or something?

  • #880200

    yitayningwut
    Member

    Maybe the OP is a man, and he wants to go to the minyan with a women’s section so he can ask the women that very question. Then he’ll be able to post the answer here.

  • #880201

    Sam2
    Member

    I know of an old woman who still fasts every Yom Kippur Kotton (and Monday and Thursday too). It was her family custom. Why can’t this woman be the same?

  • #880202

    There are many great things written about those that (fast on and) say the Tefilos of Yom Kippur Katan so hold your judgements. I checked the times before and they are as follows- 1:40 , 2:30 , 3:30 , 4:30 , 5:30 , 7:30 & 8:30 The shul is located at 405 Forest ave and the left side (steps) leads up to the ladies section.

  • #880203

    ir
    Member

    Sam2 – that’s amazing. Does this woman work?

    mexipal – yom kippur koton does not distinguish between men and women. There are minyanim in Shomer Shabbos in 13th Avenue for Yom Kippur Koton and women attend all day long.

  • #880204

    Sam2
    Member

    IR: She certainly doesn’t now. She would have retired before I was born (or when I was very young). I don’t know if she ever had a job other than being a housewife, which probably is just as hard to do as any other job while fasting.

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