HIGH HOLY DAYS: FORGIVENESS AND LETTING GO
Rev. Susan Manker-Seale and Jill Raiguel, Worship Associate
This is the time of the Jewish New Year. Part of the preparation is to ask forgiveness of one another and ourselves, and to let go of past hurts and angers (etc.). In this way, we make space for new relationships and opportunities. We will explore these ten High Holy Days of Turning, from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur, and hold our own ceremony of letting go, wherein we shall take steps to return to the home of our souls (per Carlebach’s beautiful song, “Return Again”).