Tending Our Hearts; Mending the Field
Saturday, September 16 ~ 8:00 PM
Free and Open to All
Selichot is one of the most beautiful rituals of our year. Not a traditional prayer service in any way, it is an opportunity to move as a community into a deeper place of gentleness, forgiveness, expansiveness and beauty. The service will include stories, short teachings, some meditation, some of our favorite High Holy Day songs and chants, and a shofar blast at the end. About one hour, soup to nuts.
Combining traditional liturgy with creative innovation, High Holy Days at Ner Shalom are deep, musical, uplifting and unorthodox. For a full listing of services, click here.