Crossing the Bridge

By Rabbi Shohama, Reb David and Reb Eva • August 30, 2013

Together we’re about to cross a bridge into the Jewish New Year 5774.  It’s a bridge of hopes and dreams, yearning and laughter, love and tradition.  We will build this bridge to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with joy and song, longing and learning.  Most important, we will build this bridge together as a community that welcomes all.

The High Holy Days are a unique time for us.  At Your Shul by the Sea, we ask you to join us with family and friends, to fill these precious days with light and soul.  Our doors will be open to all, free of charge and without need for tickets or reservations.

Every year at this time, the High Holy Days call Jews of all persuasions to the path of teshuvah – returning to our best selves, conscience and community.  This lifetime journey of self-improvement needs the strength and spirit that only a caring community can offer.

So as the High Holy Days approach, we invite you to help build the bridge into the New Year that you most crave for yourself, your loved ones, and the communities you cherish.  Come as you are and bring anyone who seeks a nourishing, spiritual home at this season.

We look forward to greeting you as our journey begins anew toward, we pray, a shanah Tovah u’Metukah – a good and sweet year ahead.

High Holy Day Schedule 2013: Free and Open to All

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