The Tashlikh is an atonement ritual performed on the Jewish New Year, where worshipers symbolically throw their sins into natural bodies of water.

The Days of Awe, year 5781, have coincided with collective efforts of personal and social redemption. In this online adaptation of Tashlikh, participants are invited to reflect on the things they wish to let go of, for a better year to come.

As one of our wise participants shared with us - while the Tashlikh is a space in time where we rid ourselves of sins and pains, it is also an opportunity to take on and commit to the things we find important for the coming year.

Tashlikh Atlas will resume during the 5783 High Holidays, September 2022.