On the road to repentance, we can begin with small steps by saying I’m sorry, s’lichah. Our tradition provides the opportunity for us to do that with Selichot prayers. The Selichot service begins the annual process of gathering as a community to pray for forgiveness. At TBS, we’ll begin by watching and discussion of the movie, “A Serious Man”, to help us find our own way to begin t’shuvah (repentance) and r’fuah (healing).
Please join Rabbi Michael Ross Saturday night, September 21, at 7:30 pm, in the Social Hall, for desserts and treats followed by the movie, group discussion and a short service beginning with the changing of the Torahs’ mantles into their High Holy day white, preparing us for our own season of transformation. Everyone is welcome.