by Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg
In Judaism, the High Holy Days are an annual reminder to ‘fess up to our mistakes. But actually apologizing can make us very vulnerable. What is so important about the act of saying “I’m sorry?” And what comes next in the fragile sequence of recognizing that we are imperfect beings? Led by lifelong Jewish Unitarian Universalists Rev. Leah and Fellowship member Jaclyn Kottman, this service is for those from Jewish backgrounds and non-Jews alike and will include very special music by our own Mark Urness and Dan Van Sickle.