Rosh Hashanah is an auspicious time to think about where we want to devote our passion and create holiness in the new year. Join Cantor Sarra Spierer to learn about the tradition of performing a “cheshbon ha-nefesh”, an accounting of the soul, designed to bring us closer to our own holiness and purpose in life. The class will also include a meditation guiding us through the past year and into the year to come, helping us recognize more ways we can bring shalom — fulfillment and peace — into our lives and into the world. The class is free and open to public, and drop-ins are welcome
Event Location: Congregation Beth Elohim
133 Propect St., Acton, Massachusetts, 01720
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