Yom Kippur, a day of atonement in the Jewish religion, begins on Tuesday and the 92nd Street Y is taking the opportunity to refresh Americans who have abandoned religious affiliations.
For the Jewish high holidays, the 92nd Street Y released a #NewYearPrayer, a video posted on Facebook that has 5.6 million Facebook views, 131,568 shares, 38 thousand likes and 4,700 comments.
According to a spokesman for the 92nd Street Y, the song was written by Michael Ochs, whose music has been performed by pop singer Josh Groban.
A Pew Research Center study found that religious affiliation is dropping with Millennials at the helm of a growing number of unaffiliated people.
Another Pew study found that one in five Jewish people do not consider themselves religious and a quarter of the people polled said they go to synagogue twice a month to not at all.
You can get a live stream of Yom Kippur services here.