Selichot is our portal into the Days of Awe and the process of teshuva, of turning inward with love and curiosity to face ourselves with clarity and truth. Selichot limbers up our ability to ask for forgiveness. Before we enter the great time of Rosh Hashanah, we gather in the intimate circle of Selichot – just us – to begin the tender and life-giving practice of looking deeply and clearly at our lives. Join Rabbi Dev, Hazzan Shulamit Wise Fairman, and Kehilla’s bima team for song, prayer, and story to get us on our way.
Please prepare by finding a piece of white string or yarn (cooking twine or dental floss will do!) and if you have wine/grape juice, spices, and/or a Havdalah candle, we’ll be making Havdalah at the beginning of this service.
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Register to attend virtually on Zoom here!
Special Note: Due to concerns about the Delta variant, the in-person Leil Selichot option is no longer available. This event will be live-streamed from the Kehilla sanctuary on Zoom so please register using the link above. We look forward to seeing you soon.