I’d like to pray during the upcoming High Holidays like I do on Shabbat – in an intimate setting, surrounded by familiar people and melodies. At the end of
the service, we’d have the usual hallway Kiddush and then retire upstairs for a nosh and Torah study. (OK, we’d skip the Kiddush and nosh on Yom Kippur.)
Who’s with me?
Inspired by Ima on (and off) the Bima, this #BlogElul post is one in
a series marking the days of the Hebrew month of Elul, which precedes the Jewish High Holidays and traditionally serves as a time of reflection and
spiritual preparation for the new year.