Celebrate Rosh Hashanah at an outdoor morning service led by Rabbi Katy Allen and Gabi Mezger. All are welcome to attend a service that is both traditional and nontraditional with options for participation by all. Children are welcome and there will be a children’s service at the same time.
Connect to the world around you and other participants through singing, meditation, prayer, a Torah reading and discussion, and the sounds of the shofar. You may find a deeper connection to the holiday than you have in the past.
A vegetarian potluck lunch and tashlich will follow the service. (Those who register will receive additional details and are asked to bring a vegetarian dish to share.)
We recommend parking by the Goddard Avenue entrance (Goddard and Newton streets.)+ More... - Less...
Brookline, MA 02445
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