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ABOUT OUR JEWISH RENEWAL COMMUNITY 

Nevei Kodesh - an Oasis of Holiness - is a warm and welcoming Jewish Renewal community in Boulder, Colorado. Whether you are looking for a Jewish spiritual path; emotionally transformative musical services; classes in Torah, kabbalah or Jewish meditation; a “whole person” Jewish education for your child; a life-cycle celebration, or simply a place to find great community, come visit or pay us a call.  We’d love to meet you!

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  • Friday
    Feb  22
     
     
    Wounds into Wisdom: Transforming our Past to Create and New Future - A Shabbaton with Rabbi Tirzah Firestone

    Friday, Feb 22nd 6:15p to 9:00p
    Our past does not simply disappear... The painful history of our ancestors as well as their rich cultural wisdom linger and intertwine within us to create the patterns of who we are and who we are becoming. Even when past pain remains unspoken or has long been forgotten, it becomes part of us and our children—a legacy of both strength and woundedness that shapes our lives. . This Shabbaton is for anyone interested in healing the past as well as those interested in personal transformation. Using guided meditation, stories, teachings from Torah, science, and the seven principles of healing culled from her trauma research, Reb Tirzah will take us on a journey that promises to be both personally and collectively transformative. Friday, Feb 22 6:15-7pm: Meditation 7-9pm: Service Saturday, Feb 23 9:15am: Meditation 10am-12:30pm: Teaching 12:30-2pm: Catered Lunch 2-4pm: Teaching Sunday, Feb 24 12:45-2:45pm: Teaching Member, All Events All Weekend ($108) Guest, All Events All Weekend ($150) Student, All Events All Weekend ($50) Friday evening only ($36)

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  • Saturday
    Feb  23
     
     
    Wounds into Wisdom: Transforming our Past to Create and New Future - A Shabbaton with Rabbi Tirzah Firestone

    Shabbat, Feb 23rd 9:15a to 4:00p
    Our past does not simply disappear... The painful history of our ancestors as well as their rich cultural wisdom linger and intertwine within us to create the patterns of who we are and who we are becoming. Even when past pain remains unspoken or has long been forgotten, it becomes part of us and our children—a legacy of both strength and woundedness that shapes our lives. . This Shabbaton is for anyone interested in healing the past as well as those interested in personal transformation. Using guided meditation, stories, teachings from Torah, science, and the seven principles of healing culled from her trauma research, Reb Tirzah will take us on a journey that promises to be both personally and collectively transformative. Friday, Feb 22 6:15-7pm: Meditation 7-9pm: Service Saturday, Feb 23 9:15am: Meditation 10am-12:30pm: Teaching 12:30-2pm: Catered Lunch 2-4pm: Teaching Sunday, Feb 24 12:45-2:45pm: Teaching Member, All Events All Weekend ($108) Guest, All Events All Weekend ($150) Student, All Events All Weekend ($50) Friday evening only ($36)

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  • Sunday
    Feb  24
     
     
    Wounds into Wisdom: Transforming our Past to Create and New Future - A Shabbaton with Rabbi Tirzah Firestone

    Sunday, Feb 24th 12:45p to 2:45p
    Our past does not simply disappear... The painful history of our ancestors as well as their rich cultural wisdom linger and intertwine within us to create the patterns of who we are and who we are becoming. Even when past pain remains unspoken or has long been forgotten, it becomes part of us and our children—a legacy of both strength and woundedness that shapes our lives. . This Shabbaton is for anyone interested in healing the past, as well as those interested in personal transformation. Using guided meditation, stories, teachings from Torah, science, and the seven principles of healing culled from her trauma research, Reb Tirzah will take us on a journey that promises to be both personally and collectively transformative. Friday, Feb 22 6:15-7pm: Meditation 7-9pm: Service Saturday, Feb 23 9:15am: Meditation 10am-12:30pm: Teaching 12:30-2pm: Catered Lunch 2-4pm: Teaching Sunday, Feb 24 12:45-2:45pm: Teaching Member, All Events All Weekend ($108) Guest, All Events All Weekend ($150) Student, All Events All Weekend ($50) Friday evening only ($36)

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  • Sunday
    Feb  24
     
     
    The Holy Partnership: Divinity, Soul & Body. An Online Class

    Sunday, Feb 24th 5:00p to 6:15p
    In this class we will learn about the interplay between the Divine, the soul, and the body as levels of the Creation process that partner with each other to fulfill their reciprocal roles. It is open to both beginners and those who would like to deepen their understanding of this miracle. We will study selected texts by Arie Leib a modern kabbalist. We will use guided meditation to enhance our grasp of the subject Class fee: $75 for members, $90 for guests

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  • Friday
    Mar  1
     
     
    Kabbalat Shabbat Service led by Rav Bracha

    Friday, Mar 1st 7:00p to 9:00p
    Nevei Kodesh is proud to be a green community, and at this special Shabbat service on March 1 we will be celebrating our brand new solar array - and the committee and donors who helped make that vision of generating our own energy and reducing our carbon footprint a reality! The event will also include opportunities to learn more about how to green your own home, and how to support other climate-protection related initiatives at NK and beyond. Please join us from 7-9pm for musical, spiritual Kabbalat Shabbat services, followed by oneg refreshments and a green energy fair.

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  • Saturday
    Mar  2
     
     
    Four Worlds Shabbat (Yoga Nidra) with Tracy Patch

    Shabbat, Mar 2nd 10:30a to 12:00p
    Gentle yoga movement, breathing, meditation, visualization and using intention with yoga nidra. https://www.neveikodesh.org/saturday-mornings.html#yoga

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  • Sunday
    Mar  3
     
     
    The Holy Partnership: Divinity, Soul & Body. An Online Class

    Sunday, Mar 3rd 5:00p to 6:15p
    In this class we will learn about the interplay between the Divine, the soul, and the body as levels of the Creation process that partner with each other to fulfill their reciprocal roles. It is open to both beginners and those who would like to deepen their understanding of this miracle. We will study selected texts by Arie Leib a modern kabbalist. We will use guided meditation to enhance our grasp of the subject Class fee: $75 for members, $90 for guests

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  • Tuesday
    Mar  5
     
     
    Women in the Torah with Maggid Charna Rosenholtz

    Tuesday, Mar 5th 6:30p to 8:15p
    Taught by Maggid Charna Rosenholtz. The Five Books of Moses are filled will stories, teachings, and laws. On first glance it appears that women were bit characters in the narrative, relegated to the background. Yet a careful reading shows there are over two dozen women who were keys in the unfolding tale. Their stories fill out the white spaces of the text, the whispered events in Torah. Over these three weeks we will explore the women’s stories and glean an understanding of their role in the development of Hebrew wisdom. Charna Rosenholtz, MA is an accomplished teacher, specializing in psychospiritual growth and applications of spiritual wisdom. Ordained as a Hebrew wisdom teacher (Maggid) by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi and Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, she also holds a Masters Degree in Religious Studies from Naropa University in Boulder, CO. She has mentored with medicine women, clergy, and master teachers in relation to the development of human potential. Charna’s passion and skill helps develop an empowered learning environment. By utilizing technologies from Matrix Leadership Institute, Hakomi Institute, and Right Use of Power, she seamlessly weaves content and context, for a holistic educational experience, be it text study, ceremony and ritual or contemplative practice. Charna, currently a student in the Aleph Rabbinic Ordination Program, teaches along Colroado’s front range For more information, please contact Charna at charnarose@aol.com.

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  • Saturday
    Mar  9
     
     
    Shabbat Morning Service

    Shabbat, Mar 9th 10:00a to 12:00p
    Join us on the second Saturday of every month for Jewish Renewal Shabbat morning services, 10am - 12pm, followed by kiddush and a light meal. Using the principle of prayer as an ascent through four worlds of body, heart, consciousness and spirit, these services guide the community, young and old together, on a journey of expansion and connectedness. Through movement and embodied practice, singing, studying, meditation and intention, we climb higher and higher together. Services will conclude with kiddush and a light oneg meal at 12pm. This is an excellent opportunity to both learn the morning service and pray together. All are welcome. To sponsor an oneg, email keenan@neveikodesh.org

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  • Sunday
    Mar  10
     
     
    The Holy Partnership: Divinity, Soul & Body

    Sunday, Mar 10th 5:00p to 6:15p
    In this class we will learn about the interplay between the Divine, the soul, and the body as levels of the Creation process that partner with each other to fulfill their reciprocal roles. It is open to both beginners and those who would like to deepen their understanding of this miracle. We will study selected texts by Arie Leib a modern kabbalist. We will use guided meditation to enhance our grasp of the subject Class fee: $75 for members, $90 for guests

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Mon, February 18 2019 13 Adar I 5779