The Jewish High Holy Days continue this Sunday as we spotlight Yom Kippur, which begins on October 4th. The holiest day of the Jewish liturgical year, Yom Kippur invites faithful observers to atone and repent for behavior that broke relationship with one another and the divine throughout the previous year. In so doing, the holiday helps humans mend the bonds that connect each to all. Experience making and mending community in the second of two Sundays exploring the Jewish source of our living tradition

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