During the month prior to Rosh HaShanah, and in the ten days between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, the Jewish calendar calls us to the process of teshuva. While this word is often translated as repentance, and traditionally there is a focus on making amends for mistakes we’ve made in the year gone by, the better translation for teshuva is return. Teshuva is a process of remembering who we are in our essential goodness, and of returning to our best selves.
Come explore concepts of teshuva and make space for the inner work of the High Holidays, We’ll learn and reflect; space will be made for journaling and meditation. Take some time with us to nourish your heart and soul during these High Holy Days!