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  • Friday
    Feb 23
     
     
    Members' Scotch and Shabbos Event

    Friday, Feb 23rd 7:00p to 9:00p
    Members-only Scotch tasting and Shabbat merry making in the NK library! Sign up here: https://www.meetup.com/Nevei-Kodesh/?_cookie-check=BwsBY9NXUAh2hnVP.

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  • Wednesday
    Feb 28
     
     
    A Family Friendly Purim Dance Party

    Wednesday, Feb 28th 6:00p to 9:00p
    Nevei Kodesh and Bonai Shalom present: A Family Friendly Purim Dance Party. 4-6 pm at Congregation Bonai Shalom, 1527 Cherryvale Road. Suggested donation $5 & costumes encouraged!

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  • Friday
    Mar 9
     
     
    Bubble Shabbat & Family Shabbat with potluck

    Friday, Mar 9th 5:00p to 7:00p
    Bubble Shabbats at 4:45 - 5:30pm (Designed for young children up to 2nd grade + their families) Community Vegetarian Potluck: 5:30 - 6:15pm Family Shabbats at 6:15-7pm (Designed for older children (3rd grade & up) + their families)

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  • Friday
    Apr 13
     
     
    Plan ahead! Spring 2018 Shabbaton with Rabbi Tirzah Firestone

    Friday, Apr 13th 7:00p to 9:00p
    In this weekend intensive we will immerse ourselves in the worldview and practices of two ancient traditions: Judaism and Tibetan Buddhism. Both the Tzaddik (righteous person) and the Bodhisattva (one who chooses to give up their own enlightenment and wellbeing to liberate others) typify the most sacred and esteemed qualities of their respective paths, illuminating the way for all serious seekers. The four segments of the weekend are sequential; each will contain Jewish and Buddhist texts and meditative practices that speak to our present world crisis and what it means to be spiritually awake today. We will compare and contrast two sets of ancient texts: Thirty-seven Practices of a Bodhisattva by Tokme Zongpo (b. 1295 Central Tibet) and the sayings of the Talmudic and Hassidic Masters (c. 100 BCE to 1700 CE). All texts will be provided in English. 4/13 Friday Night Meditation Service (doors open at 6:30) 7-9 pm Oneg to follow lovingly sponsored by Ziva Moyal and Peter Wengert in honor of Peter's 80th birthday. 4/14 Saturday (doors open at 9) 9:30-12:30 Study and Practice followed by Kiddush and Motzi (but not lunch) Later Saturday 5:00-7:00 Study and Practice; 7-8 pm Catered Community Dinner lovingly sponsored in memory of Dr. Arnold Dunn, a scholar and mensch; 8:00pm Meditation, Music, Community Sharing & a Havdalah Ceremony at 8:45 pm. 4/15 Sunday 10-12 Final Practice "Pressing the Enter Button."

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  • Friday
    Apr 20
     
     
    Bubble Shabbat & Family Potluck

    Friday, Apr 20th 4:45p to 6:15p
    Time: Bubble Shabbats at 4:45 - 5:30pm (Designed for young children (up to 2nd grade) + their families) Community Vegetarian Potluck: 5:30 - 6:15pm All families welcome!

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