The High Holy Days are a brilliant opportunity to reflect, to make amends, and to recommit ourselves to the fullness of our lives and the ways we are called to be of service. Together we will explore what can we root into in order to support ourselves and each other, and what are we reaching toward in our time on this Earth.
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 short teachings, meditation, some of our favorite High Holy Day songs and chants, and a shofar blast at the end. About one hour, soup to nuts.