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The Judaism You've Longed For

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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  • Monday
    Jan  21
     
     
    Tu B'Shvat Meet Up

    Monday, Jan 21st 7:00p to 9:00p
    Tu B'Shevat - Come celebrate together and honor the trees! The Fifteenth of Shvat is a day on which many kabbalists (and hopefully others too!) try to get as close as possible to the Garden of Eden, to taste of its fruit, and to heal its damaged trees. Tu B'Shvat is a day of ecological tikkun olam, of repairing the planet. To honor this repair, please join us for an evening celebrating trees. Come and, if you would like, bring an offering of something to share with the group - perhaps a poem, short story, photograph, artwork, or inspired movement that speaks to you on this holiday. If you can, please bring some bring dried fruit and nuts to share - Figs, pomegranates olives, dates, and carob are customary. Candles are welcome as well. We will have a brief meditation, ritual ceremony, and then share our offerings. A free event

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  • Thursday
    Jan  24
     
     
    Jewish Meditation: A Four Worlds Approach with Maggid Charna Rosenholtz

    Thursday, Jan 24th 6:45p to 8:30p
    Join us in this 4-week class, as we explore some of the history and practices of Jewish meditative techniques. We will focus on posture, breath, and chants to help us untangle from our inner chatter. We will also work with guided visualizations and contemplative practices. Beginning and experienced meditators welcome. Please come in loose/comfortable clothing and bring your journal. Suggested Donation: Members: $70 Non-Members: $84

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  • Thursday
    Jan  31
     
     
    Jewish Meditation: A Four Worlds Approach with Maggid Charna Rosenholtz

    Thursday, Jan 31st 6:45p to 8:30p
    Join us in this 4-week class, as we explore some of the history and practices of Jewish meditative techniques. We will focus on posture, breath, and chants to help us untangle from our inner chatter. We will also work with guided visualizations and contemplative practices. Beginning and experienced meditators welcome. Please come in loose/comfortable clothing and bring your journal. Suggested Donation: Members: $70 Non-Members: $84

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

    Shabbat, Feb 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
    Feb  3
     
     
    The Holy Partnership: Divinity, Soul & Body: An Online Class

    Sunday, Feb 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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  • Thursday
    Feb  7
     
     
    Jewish Meditation: A Four Worlds Approach with Maggid Charna Rosenholtz

    Thursday, Feb 7th 6:45p to 8:00p
    Join us in this 4-week class, as we explore some of the history and practices of Jewish meditative techniques. We will focus on posture, breath, and chants to help us untangle from our inner chatter. We will also work with guided visualizations and contemplative practices. Beginning and experienced meditators welcome. Please come in loose/comfortable clothing and bring your journal. Suggested Donation: Members: $70 Non-Members: $84

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  • Sunday
    Feb  10
     
     
    The Holy Partnership: Divinity, Soul & Body. An Online Class

    Sunday, Feb 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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  • Monday
    Feb  11
     
     
    Connecting to the Divine: The Reb Zalman Videos

    Monday, Feb 11th 6:30p to 8:00p
    Each class will also include a discussion/activity facilitated by a revered leader of Reb Zalman’s teachings. This class will be lead by Maggid Charna Rosenholtz and on the topic of- The Kiss of God: A conversation between Reb Zalman and Fr. Keating

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  • Thursday
    Feb  14
     
     
    Jewish Meditation: A Four Worlds Approach with Maggid Charna Rosenholtz

    Thursday, Feb 14th 6:45p to 8:30p
    Join us in this 4-week class, as we explore some of the history and practices of Jewish meditative techniques. We will focus on posture, breath, and chants to help us untangle from our inner chatter. We will also work with guided visualizations and contemplative practices. Beginning and experienced meditators welcome. Please come in loose/comfortable clothing and bring your journal. Suggested Donation: Members: $70 Non-Members: $84

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  • Saturday
    Feb  16
     
     
    Seudah Shlishit and Havdallah Service led by Maggid Charna Rosenholtz

    Shabbat, Feb 16th 5:00p to 7:00p
    At seudah shlishit (the 3rd meal of Shabbat), we gather in community to study Torah, eat some food, and sing during the precious final hours of the sabbath. Our time together will conclude with havdallah, the ceremony of separation at the end of Shabbat. All are welcome. Please bring a vegetarian potluck dish to share. 4-5:45pm in the Social Hall downstairs

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Sun, January 20 2019 14 Shevat 5779