Outdoor Experience with Tashlich

Second Day Rosh HaShanah Outdoor Experience with Tashlich

Friday, September 22, 2017 at 10:00 am

It’s the birthday of the world so why not pray in the midst of nature? Trek outdoors with our clergy for a service amid the beauty of God’s creations. The experience concludes with a shofar blast that will ring throughout nature. This will be the first of two opportunities for Tashlich.

The Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve – Meet at the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve entrance, off Woodley Ave. near Burbank Blvd. We will meet behind the entry building in the amphitheater. Only a 10 minute walk to service & Tashlich followed by an outdoor stroll. Bring water, hat (little shade), snack, and binoculars.  No dogs please. Stroller friendly.

This will be the first of two opportunities for Tashlich, the second will be:

Shabbat Shuvah at the Beach at 4:45 pm on Friday, September 22. Held between Zuma Beach Lifeguard Stations #14 & 15 – see Faceook in case of location changes. Shabbat Shuvah (the Sabbath of Return) occurs between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.  On this Shabbat also lead by our clergy, we are reminded that we have drifted from our moral center and that it is time to return to acts of righteousness. We gather at the beach to eat, play, pray and have a second chance to participate in the Tashlich ritual. As part of our Tashlich, we will symbolically cast our shortcomings into the ocean, leaving ourselves strengthened for the future

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We have other High Holy Days Services – join us!

We look forward to seeing you!

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If you have any questions, contact Debbie at 818-800-4887 x200 or dshayer@koltikvah.org