Join Reb David for a moving commemoration of Tisha b’Av, the bleakest day of the Jewish year that is our entrance gate to the High Holy Days. As we recall the destruction of the Temple, exiles and sufferings throughout history, we become aware of our own inner walls and how far we’ve strayed from ourselves. Together we begin again the spiral journey back to ourselves in darkness, truth, song, prayer and hope.
Tisha b’Av, which begins at sundown, is a day of mourning: typical customs include wearing black, sitting low to the ground or on the floor, and refraining from food and drink. Thank you for helping honor the spiritual depth and solemnity of this day. Doors will open at 7:15pm; our commemoration will begin promptly at 7:30pm.