by Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg
Forgiveness is hard work, spiritually but also practically. Long ago the poet Rumi compared the process of taking responsibility, apologizing and making amends to holding up a lantern. In our second annual High Holy Days service, join us (Rev. Leah and Fellowship member Jaclyn Kottman, two lifelong Jewish Unitarian Universalists) as we shed light on these themes and how we might implement them in our lives. This service, a UU take on the Jewish High Holy Days traditions, is for those from Jewish backgrounds and non-Jews alike and will include very special music from our own Dan Van Sickle and Mark Urness. We will end by sharing the traditional snack of apples, honey, and challah (bread).