Goat Yoga, Mosh Pits, Glow Sticks: Younger Jews Reinvent Yom Kippur
By: Shayndi Raice
Source: Wall Street Journal
For 2,000 years, Jews have spent Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, in a synagogue abstaining from food and drink, fervently praying and beseeching God to forgive their sins.
This year, some rabbis, eager to woo younger people to High Holiday services, are holding programs in a beer garden, replacing deep reverential bows with Goat Yoga…