A Semi-Colon is No Place to Stay

The Days of Awe between the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur offer us all (Jewish or not) a yearly opportunity to reflect, consider our righteousness and our missteps, seek and offer forgiveness, and venture forth again in a positive, healing direction. Metaphorically, these days could be seen as a semi-colon; where one could choose to end a sentence, but instead continues the story because there is more to say.

We’ll explore, from a spiritual perspective, the ways in which a semi-colon is a moment to pause, reckon, and reinvest in relationships, integrity, goodness, community, and life itself.

Sermon provided by Rev. Robin L. Zucker.

Musical selections performed by Susannah Martin

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