Standing in the Gate: Study and S’Lichot Prayers

September 20, 2014 Boston 0
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S’lichot — from the word s’licha, forgive — are penitential prayers recited during the week prior to Rosh Hashanah. The first time these prayers are said is on the Saturday night before Rosh Hashanah. Swathed in soft light, it is an especially moving and beautiful moment that brings us to the threshold of the Days of Awe. Learning and discussion prior to the S’lichot service will focus on a reflective text and Yontef melodies. There will be light refreshment and plenty of opportunity for questions. The S’lichot service itself will begin at midnight and last approximately 45 minutes.

Event Location: Nehar Shalom
43 Lochstead Ave, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, 02130

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When
From Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 10:30 pm
Until Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 12:00 am
Where
Nehar Shalom Community Synagogue
43 Lochstead Ave
Boston, MA 02130

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