In Jewish traditions, the 10 days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur are known as the “Days of Awe” . This period is part of the Jewish High Holidays, a time of profound introspection, repair and action. This morning we’ll explore some of the themes and spiritual invitations that are part of this season. How can we take honest stock of our lives? How can we restore deeper relationships to self, other, and the sacred? Rev. Dara Olandt is a UU minister of Jewish heritage and practice. Her writing has been featured in “Jewish Voices in Unitarian Universalism” (Skinner House, 2014). She formerly served as Assistant Minister at UUCSR and is delighted to return as a guest worship leader today.
Service Leader: Guest Rev. Dara Olandt
Worship Associate: Richard Senghas
Music: Sally Jones, Karen Naumann & Roger Corman
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