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Generally there is a mitzvah to accept Shabbat and Yom Tov early. With respect as to how early one can do it, how to pray on time, and which mitzvot can be preformed before sunset see each of these respective pages.  
 
Generally there is a mitzvah to accept Shabbat and Yom Tov early. With respect as to how early one can do it, how to pray on time, and which mitzvot can be preformed before sunset see each of these respective pages.  
* Regarding the mitzvah of accepting Shabbat and Yom Tov early see [[Making_Early_Shabbat#Mitzvah_of_Accepting_Shabbat_Early]]. It is a Biblical mitzvah and there are difference of opinions as to how much time is necessary and whether one needs to accept it verbally.
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* Regarding the mitzvah of accepting Shabbat and Yom Tov early see [[Making_Early_Shabbat#Mitzvah_of_Accepting_Shabbat_Early]]. It is a biblical mitzvah and there are difference of opinions as to how much time is necessary and whether one needs to accept it verbally.
 
* Regarding the ramifications of accepting Shabbat and Yom Tov early see [[Making_Early_Shabbat#Effects_of_Accepting_Shabbat_Early]]. That article relates to  
 
* Regarding the ramifications of accepting Shabbat and Yom Tov early see [[Making_Early_Shabbat#Effects_of_Accepting_Shabbat_Early]]. That article relates to  
 
**whether one can say [[Kiddush]] and have the [[Shabbat meal]] before sunset,  
 
**whether one can say [[Kiddush]] and have the [[Shabbat meal]] before sunset,  
 
**starting the meal close to the time for [[Kriyat Shema]] and [[Sefirat Haomer]],  
 
**starting the meal close to the time for [[Kriyat Shema]] and [[Sefirat Haomer]],  
 
**praying [[Mincha]] before [[Plag Hamincha]] and [[Arvit]] after [[Plag Hamincha]] or in other variations.
 
**praying [[Mincha]] before [[Plag Hamincha]] and [[Arvit]] after [[Plag Hamincha]] or in other variations.
* [[Second_Day_of_Yom_Tov#Early_Yom_Tov_Sheni]]
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* Regarding the Second day of Yom Tov as to whether one can or should make it early and its particular variations see [[Second_Day_of_Yom_Tov#Early_Yom_Tov_Sheni]].
 
* Regarding scheduling Mincha and Arvit see [[When_Is_the_Earliest_and_Latest_Time_to_Pray%3F#Maariv_Before_Sunset_If_One_Davened_Mincha_Early]] for the ideal system and [[When_Is_the_Earliest_and_Latest_Time_to_Pray%3F#Maariv_Before_Sunset_If_One_Davened_Mincha_after_Plag]] for another option.
 
* Regarding scheduling Mincha and Arvit see [[When_Is_the_Earliest_and_Latest_Time_to_Pray%3F#Maariv_Before_Sunset_If_One_Davened_Mincha_Early]] for the ideal system and [[When_Is_the_Earliest_and_Latest_Time_to_Pray%3F#Maariv_Before_Sunset_If_One_Davened_Mincha_after_Plag]] for another option.
 
* Regarding [[Sukkot]] see [[Eating_in_the_Sukkah#Kiddush]] which addresses when it is permissible to begin Sukkot.
 
* Regarding [[Sukkot]] see [[Eating_in_the_Sukkah#Kiddush]] which addresses when it is permissible to begin Sukkot.
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* Regarding [[Yom Kippur]], see [[Yom_Kippur#The_mitzvah_of_accepting_Yom_Kippur_early]] as Yom Kippur has a unique status with regards to this mitzvah.
 
* Regarding [[Yom Kippur]], see [[Yom_Kippur#The_mitzvah_of_accepting_Yom_Kippur_early]] as Yom Kippur has a unique status with regards to this mitzvah.
 
* Regarding [[Shemini Aseret]] see [[Shemini_Aseret#Nighttime_Meal]].
 
* Regarding [[Shemini Aseret]] see [[Shemini_Aseret#Nighttime_Meal]].
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Latest revision as of 07:58, 2 December 2020

Generally there is a mitzvah to accept Shabbat and Yom Tov early. With respect as to how early one can do it, how to pray on time, and which mitzvot can be preformed before sunset see each of these respective pages.