A disciple of a certain rabbi once asked his teacher, “You know, I have noticed that each day you walk into the woods. I wonder, why do you go there?”. The teacher replied, “I go there to find God.” The questioner prodded further, “Haven’t you always taught me that God is the same everywhere?”. “Yes”, replied the rabbi, “but I am not”.
Join us, on the second day of Rosh Hashanah unique experience where we can be ourselves, pray differently, relate to God, and reach within to access a spiritual dimension not always attainable in a sanctuary. Meditation, stories, song, and prayer will help us be fully present. We’ll begin our hike, led by Al Molitor, from the synagogue parking lot at 9am. Join us there or meet us in the Moose Hill parking lot at 10:30am. We'll conclude by noon. More information, including weather updates, will be provided ahead of time to those who sign up here or on the High Holy Day Seating Registration form.
This alternative worship experience is free, open to the public, and co-sponsored with The Tiferet Center. For more information, please email Rabbi Silverman (email@example.com