This is a time of forgiveness. Asking for forgiveness, and giving it in return. But are there limits to forgiveness? Are there individuals, situations or circumstances that make forgiveness impossible?
When Kim Goldman was just 22, her older brother, Ron, was brutally killed by O.J. Simpson. Ron and Kim were very close, and her devastation was compounded by the shocking not guilty verdict that allowed a smirking Simpson to leave as a free man.
Kim, a member of Temple Beth Ami, has chronicled her two decade long battle for justice, and the effect it has had on her, and her family. She will be discussing her recently published book, Can’t Forgive, and help us during this period of selichot/forgiveness. Join us Sunday evening, September 28th at 6:00 pm at Temple Beth Ami.
Kim’s beautifully written account is available at:
This is a very special opportunity, open to members and non-members alike. We look forward to seeing you for this exciting and informative evening during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. See flyer below.
Also, beginning this month, TBA will offer several opportunities in this election cycle to help us to become better informed and meet our political leaders. Over the next weeks we will have both candidates for California’s 25th Congressional districts as guests.
State Senator Steve Knight, (R) represents the 21st District, covering much of Santa Clarita, will be with us for Shabbat in Meadows Park on September 12th at 7 pm. http://steveknight.org
Former State Senator Tony Strickland, (R) who represented the 19th District from 2008-12, will be with us for Shabbat Services on October 17th at 8 pm. http://tonystrickland.com
LE-SHANAH TOVAH TIKATEVU -- MAY YOU BE INSCRIBED FOR A GOOD YEAR!