The High Holy Days are a time to release the weight of the year that is now behind us, and during tashlich, we do that by symbolically casting our sins into a body of flowing water. Join us for this intergenerational High Holy Day experience on the Charles River followed by a light bagel brunch!
Put these coordinates in to find us: Meeting Spot Coordinates on Greenough Boulevard in Watertown by the Dr. Paul Dudley Bike Path, just up the street from 1 Arsenal Market Place (which shows up as CareGroup Parmenter Home Care & Hospice, Inc. on a map). There is parking right by the water, as well as other parking in the general Arsenal Yards area. We will send out Rabbi Gubitz’s cell phone number in the days prior so you can stay in touch if you cannot find us.
Please note that clicking to register will take you to the Modern JewISH Couples landing page. However, this is an intergenerational gathering hosted by Boston-area rabbi Jen Gubitz of Modern JewISH Couples and Temple Shalom of Newton. You do not need to be partnered or a member of Temple Shalom to attend!
With generous support from Combined Jewish Philanthropies.+ More... - Less...
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