Not Letting It In: Thu, Sept. 7 • 8:00pm
Teshuvah—the storied process of repenting, repairing, and returning to our pure form—often feels simple to understand, but difficult to embody. Year in and year out we say the magic words of Yom Kippur and then return to our daily lives as usual. How can the themes of the Days of Awe penetrate into our lives in a meaningful way, so that we truly feel the impact of the High Holy Days? How do we practice teshuvah in a way that influences our actions for the rest of the year?
As part of our programming for the High Holidays, we’ll be inviting Bamah as they help facilitate honest conversations and meaningful catharsis in exploring the art of confession. The performers will sit around a table and confess as audience members serve as witnesses and/or active participants as the process unfolds. Register Now!
Doors will open at 7:45 and the show will start promptly at 8pm and last 2 hours. Light refreshments will be served.
(Co-sponsored by Men’s Club to allow for free admission)
Free for all Beth El Members with a suggested donation ($18 recommended, but not required). $36 for non-members and guests.