The Hebrew word tashlich literally means "You shall cast away." In the book of Micah (7:18-20) we find the verse: "And you shall cast (tashlich) into the depths of the sea all their sins." Traditionally, Jewish communities throughout the world have taken Micah's words to heart by gathering on Rosh Hashanah and symbolically casting away their sins by throwing breadcrumbs into a lake, stream or ocean.
Join us for Tashlich on Monday, September 30, following Rosh Hashanah morning services. Meet in the lobby to walk as a group to Foster Park (behind the Temple) to the St. Mary’s River. Bread will be provided.
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