Posted on September 25, 2022
High Holy Day Video Greeting: https://youtu.be/bcZ0HhKUCBs
L’shanah Tovah! Our High Holy Days have once again crept up on us – they are neither early, nor late, but right on time, and yet we so often feel not quite ready for them! Perhaps it is that we are not quite ready for what they demand of us – the examination of our souls, the revelations of our hearts, the acceptance of our foibles, the confrontation of our errors. As we engage in this process of introspection, may we all embrace the learning and meaning it offers us. And may we all emerge stronger, ready for the next chapters of our lives to be what we want them to be.
Will you be coming to TBAY in person? We will be delighted to welcome you to our beautiful building and campus. Please check in and provide your name and the names of all your guests at the entrance to the tent or the entrance to the building. It is important for security purposes that we have marked everyone who is there as being in attendance.
Will you be watching services online this year? If so, I encourage you to create a Mikdash M’at, a sacred space in your home, where you can pray free from distraction. This will set the holidays apart for you. Click here for a video message about it: https://youtu.be/jVGrqbpYt0c. Click here for a home service you can use for establishing your Mikdash M’at.
Hashiveinu Adonai eilecha v’nashuvah. Chadeish yameinu k’kedem.
Return us to you, Eternal One, and we shall return. Renew our days, as of old.
L’shanah Tovah Tikateivu V’Teichateimu.
May you be inscribed and sealed in the Book of Life for a good and sweet year.
See you tonight!
— Rabbi Rubin : )