Shabbat Shuvah

Falling between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Shabbat Shuvah, the Shabbat of Return, ushers in a unique weekend, an incredible opportunity to reflect on the year that was and welcome the year to come. Over the centuries, rabbis, philosophers, and poets have added to the Jewish canon of texts designed to make the most of these Days of Awe, inspiring us to return to ourselves, to take stock of our minds, bodies, and souls, to consider when and how we may have missed the mark, and to forgive others and ourselves.

THE SHABBAT SHUVAH GUIDE

We hope that this guide helps you and your guests imbue Shabbat Shuvah with intention and give the Friday night rituals an extra layer of meaning by incorporating the themes that make the High Holidays so sacred.

HIGH HOLIDAY FORGIVENESS MIX

Check out this international mix that highlights lyrical themes of apology and return. Forgiveness never sounded so good.

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