Dear Rabbi
Thank you for your kindness and help to me and answering my shailas.
In regards Yom Kippur, if a woman finds it difficult to be shul on Yom Kippur how should she daven Kol Nidrei and Yitzkor? May she recite them from the Yom Kippur Machzor at the appropriate times?
I wish a kesiva v chatima tova

Answer:

Although it is preferable to join a minyan where this is possible, both Kol Nidrei and Yizkor can be recited in private. The reason for this is that neither are considered a “davar shebikdusha” that requires a minyan.

If a person is weak, and going to shul is liable to extenuate the condition, it is better to stay at home and daven in private.

Best wishes for a gemar chasimah tovah.

Of course, it is not only a pleasure but a great privilege to provide this service.

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