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Elul, the Hebrew month of reflection before the High Holy Days, culminates with Selichot, when we gather and recite prayers of penitence as a community. The Selichot liturgy contains some of the finest Jewish religious poetry ever composed, and our moving, inspiring candlelit service urges us to reflect on the year that is ending.
With strains of the High Holy Day melodies, our rabbis, and the beautiful voices of Cantor Bortnick and Cantorial Intern Reinstein to guide us, we will utter our first confession of the season, as well as Sh’ma Koleinu, asking God to hear our voices.
This program will take place inside Kaufmann Sanctuary at Temple on Macomb St. The concert and the service will also be available to view via our live stream.
6:15 pm Opening reception with heavy hors d’oeurvres
7:00 pm Concert
8:00 pm Service
Dessert reception follows
This event is free and open to everyone, but we ask that those attending in person please RSVP.
This evening is sponsored by the Pollin Music Fund, in loving memory of Abe & Irene.
Saturday, August 28
6:15 pm - 9:30 pm
Hybrid – Temple
3935 Macomb Street NW
Washington, DC 20016
11810 Falls Road
Potomac, MD 20854
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