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Saying Sorry: Atonement in Judaism and Other Religious Traditions

Hosted By: 18Doors

We all “miss the mark” and make mistakes in our behavior and our relationships. The Jewish New Year gives us an opportunity to atone for our sins. In this program led by Rabbi Elyssa Cherney from 18Doors, you will learn about atonement from a Jewish perspective, as well as what some other faith traditions have to say on the topic.

If you’re in an interfaith relationship, the tools and resources you’ll gain from this session will help you consider the role of atonement in your life and in your relationship. You’ll leave feeling inspired to continue a discussion of this important and timely topic with your partner.

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