Temple B'nai Abraham
We have been longing to return to our spiritual home for months now, and each of us will have the opportunity to do so for the High Holy Day ritual of tashlich, where we symbolically cast our sins out into living waters. Our tradition has been to gather after services on the Temple grounds at Cub Brook, together casting pieces of bread into the water. This year, working within the safety constraints of these times of COVID-19, in lieu of gathering immediately after Rosh Hashanah services, each household will have the opportunity to sign up for a 10-minute slot during the High Holy Day period between the second day of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. In your time slot, your family will be able to feel the sense of renewal that comes with the prayers of tashlich and the comfort of being at home on the beautiful Temple B’nai Abraham grounds.
Book a timeslot for your household to come to Cub Brook on the TBA grounds for your own personal tashlich service. All prayers will be provided. Please bring your own bread.
|| Marcia Swaybill