Sunday ZOOM Service: The Jewish New Year:  Myth and Reality. 

The autumn religious holidays in the Jewish tradition, Rosh Hashanah [New Year] and Yom Kippur [Day of Atonement], have been celebrated for centuries. Terry Perlin, Miami Professor Emeritus and Hopedale Emeritus, examines the mythic, and moral, roots of the religion’s communal life. It concludes with an evaluation of contemporary political and ethical issues in Israel, the “Jewish homeland” in the Middle East, since the end of World War II.  Service Leader: Celia Ellison.