The Annual Event Expects to Attract Hundreds
By Zach Armstrong
To ring in the Jewish New Year, Nashuva will hold the Biggest Drumming Circle on September 17 on Venice Beach.
The annual event expects to attract hundreds for the celebration held by the Jewish L.A. outreach community led by best-selling author Rabbi Naomi Levy. Activities include a Tashlich drumming circle on the beach (5:45 pm) which will be preceded by a Torah service (5:15 pm) all where Venice Blvd. meets the Pacific Ocean. A subsequent Kol Nidre service will be held the following Sunday at 6:15 p.m. at Clover Park in Santa Monica.
“Nashuva does not charge admissions for any of its services,” read an event post. “The suggested minimum donation for attendance at the High Holy Day services is $350-$750 per person. Nashuva relies on High Holy Day donations to support year round programs.”
For more information, go to https://nashuva.com/pray/high-holy-days-2023/#schedule.