Rosh HaShanah, the festival marking the beginning of the Jewish liturgical calendar, commences on September 25th this year. For faithful observers, the first afternoon often involves symbolically removing sin through the practice of casting stones or bread crumbs into flowing water called Tashlikh. Adaptations of this practice have made their way to many Unitarian Universalist congregations because of its simplicity and depth of meaning. Learn more about rituals of spiritual purification in the first of two Sundays exploring the Jewish source of our living tradition.