Creative Days of Awe at Bonai

Zoom Tashlich, Shabbat Shuvah, Virtual Break-the-Fast? After a successful and meaningful virtual Rosh HaShanah, Congregation Bonai Shalom is ready to continue offering creative ways to connect spiritually and reflect with our community. Here are some of the programs we have coming up in the next week.

  • Virtual Tashlich – Tashlich, or “casting off,” is a ceremony in which we symbolically cast off the sins of the previous year by tossing pebbles or bread crumbs into flowing water. Our community Tashlich will look a little different this year. While we will miss gathering by the creek, we are offering a virtual way to be connected to this important ritual.
    • Tuesday, September 22 | 5 pm | More info & Zoom Link  *Click the link to get a creative way to honor Tashlich in a creative, experiential way.
  • Getting Ready for Shabbat Shuvah – The Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is called Shabbat Shuvah, the Shabbat of turning and returning. Get ready for Shabbat Shuvah with engaging Teshuvah through Poetry, Song, Meditation, & Reflection with Ed Kass.
  • Shabbat Shuvah Friday night and Saturday service information can be found on the Bonai website at bonaishalom.org.
  • Yom Kippur Break-Out Sessions
    • Psychological Midrash of the 4 Worlds of the Mourners Kaddish
    • Restorative Yoga
    • Wives Tales & Midrash: Blending the Wisdom of Shared Black & Jewish Traditions
  • Community Zoom Break-the-Fast – Looking for a way to break the Yom Kippur fast while staying socially distanced? Join us for a community Zoom Break-the-Fastwhere we’ll eat together, reflect on the past year, and share our hopes for the year to come.

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the former Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC.

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