Yom Kippur begins at sundown on September 29. This is the Day of Atonement in the Jewish tradition and concludes the High Holy Days.

This is a season to remember gratitude, to find and grant forgiveness, and to gather our spirits to move into the New Year. We will celebrate with language and liturgy drawn from Jewish traditions.

The service will be reflective and participatory. Families are welcome. Our ministers, assisted by members of the congregation, will officiate. Cellist Hamilton Cheifetz and the Women’s Choir and will offer gifts of music.