In today's world, the idea of admitting to doing anything wrong can seem very foreign. That kind of confession might get you fired or arrested or cause people to dislike you. But honesty and sincere apology can also heal relationships and lift the enormous burden that comes with pretending we're perfect.
This Sunday falls just after the Jewish Day of Atonement - Yom Kippur - which is a time when Jews look back over the previous year and admit where they have failed to be the people they wanted to be.
The Sunday Gathering will be an opportunity to explore the power of admitting our wrongdoing, apologising, making amends, and restoring relationship.