Saturday, September 15
12:30 - 1:30 PM
Tashlich is a special Jewish ritual for the High Holy Day season, during which we throw small pieces of bread into a natural body of flowing water, to symbolically “cast off” the previous year’s sins and mistakes. This is a great hands-on ritual for all ages and can be both meaningful and fun! Rabbi Perry will lead a brief service in French Park, including the tashlich ritual by the edge of the creek. Feel free to bring your own picnic lunch if you wish.