September 19 - September 28
At any point between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, the Jewish people are invited to participate in the ceremony of Tashlich. Traditionally, this involves Jewish folks gathering around a body of water and symbolically casting their sins away. This is usually done with breadcrumbs and hearkens to the Micah 7:18 text “You shall cast all their sins into the depths of the sea.” There are many places you can do this (Pioneer Park, Swaim Park, Lake Isabella, the little Miami river…) and many ways to do this (as a prayer service, as a writing exercise, with friends or on your own). If you would like guidelines on a basic meditation service for this practice, you can download it HERE or email Julie HERE for a copy.