Service Leaders: Millie Phillips, Eric Fischer, Deborah Mason
Music by: The Choir, Tessa McClary
Share the Basket: Graton Day Labor Center
Our service will be held close to Yom Kippur, the highest holy day in the Jewish faith, also known as the Day of Atonement. On this day, Jews atone for their sins in the previous year and pray for forgiveness. They renounce all false or unintentional vows and promises to the self or to God. They recommit to living with integrity and compassion for the coming year. Intern minister Millie Phillips and Worship Associate Eric Fischer will put a UU spin on these themes, exploring the positive spiritual power of keeping our word, forgiving others (and ourselves), and acknowledging and making restitution for our mistakes. The Jewish part of UU heritage will be honored in music and readings.