Thursday, September 12 | 7:00-8:30PM | Middle Room
We often think about teshuvah’s common translation, repentance. It is, however, more aptly translated as a spiritual and existential homecoming, as an inner experience of transformation, with the “doing” taking the form of reflecting on, and renewing, personal commitments. But to “do” teshuvah also means to engage in certain concrete actions. What are we meant to do, in an active sense, in the pursuit of teshuvah? What are the outward deeds that the Season of Awe impels us to undertake? Join Rabbi Adina Lewittes for an exploration of how we are meant to conduct ourselves during the month of Elul and the Yamim Nora’im (Days of Awe), and to create a behavioral roadmap toward teshuvah. This event is open to all.