Teshuvah means return and annual process of teshuvah provides us with a way to engage our past selves and move forward. These resources offer insight into this yearly renewal.


Choosing to Hope (Rabbi Ayelet Cohen): To repair what is broken inside us, we must keep returning to the Divine within

Confronting our “Concealed Things” (Rabbi Gordon Tucker): Owning the sins that are not known to us

The Art of Fly Fishing and Teshuvah (Chancellor Emeritus Arnold Eisen)

The Process of Repentence (Chancellor Emeritus Ismar Schorsch)

Metaphorically Speaking (Dr. Amy Kalmanofsky)

Returning with God (Rabbi Mychal Springer)

The Path to Mitzvah (Chancellor Emeritus Arnold Eisen)

Moving Forward Meaningfully (Rabbi Matthew Berkowitz): Teshuvah offers an opportunity for change

Teshuvah: Seeking the Hidden Face of God (Rabbi Matthew Berkowitz): Each penitential season offers us the opportunity find God Anew

We Need Each Other (Rabbi Daniel Nevins): Individual teshuvah leads to collective redemption


Return Us To You
with Rabbi Mychal Springer
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Teshuvah in Two Directions
with Dr. David Kraemer
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God Wants Us Back
with Rabbi Joel Alter
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Exercise Trackers and Mitzvah Motivators
with Dr. Judith Hauptman
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This Time Could Be Different
with Rabbi Mychal Springer
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Public Lectures/Webinars

The Fiction of Teshuvah
Panel with Authors Susan Isaacs and Linda Fairstein, moderated by Burton Visotzky

The Journey Toward Repentance and Forgiveness
with Rabbi Eliezer Diamond
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Building a Way Back:
Exile and Return as a Spiritual Paradigm

with Rabbi Mychal Springer
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