Selichot Services- September 16

Breaking and Entering (the High Holidays): A special time for creating ourselves anew and healing our brokenness
In preparation for Selichot, join the area Conservative communities and the Tiferet Center for an exploration, discussion and meditation on the meaning of the Second Day of Creation, the letter Bet, and the 13 Attributes of Compassion. The program will be led by Shoshana Cetlin and will bring together Temple Israel of Sharon, Temple Beth Abraham, Beth Am of Canton, Temple Beth Emunah of Easton, and Ahavat Torah Congregation.  Rabbis Fish and Silverman of Temple Israel will be joined by Rabbis Levine, Grossman and Gouze in the service to follow.
Start time, 8:30pm