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  • Thursday ,
    AprApril  9 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Community Seder

    Thursday, Apr 9th 6:00p to 9:30p
    Join us for our very first online community seder!

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  • Friday ,
    AprApril  10 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Family Shabbat Circle

    Friday, Apr 10th 6:00p to 6:30p
    We welcome families and friends to join us for Shabbat songs and blessings tonight from 6-6:30pm on Zoom. Looking forward to “seeing” you there! Please register to get the Zoom link

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  • Monday ,
    AprApril  13 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Counting the Omer: A Journey Towards Wholeness through Mussar with Maggid Charna

    Monday, Apr 13th 6:30p to 8:15p

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  • Thursday ,
    AprApril  16 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Psalms Brown Bag Series with Rabbi Diane Tiferet Lakein

    Thursday, Apr 16th 12:00p to 1:00p
    Ivdu et Hashem b’Simcha – Let us serve YHVH with joy! (Psalm 100: 2) Psalms Brown Bag Series with Rabbi Diane Tiferet Lakein: Nevei Kodesh, Thursdays 12 – 1 pm March 19, April 2, 16, 30 $10 Nevei Kodesh members/$12 guests This third lunchtime brown bag series will explore four new psalms as a way into both a deeper understanding of the Jewish traditional texts and a deeper appreciation of our own souls’ yearnings. Especially in times of increased anxiety and stress, psalms can provide us with a vehicle both for expressing our dismay and fear, and also for reconnecting us with a sense of possibility and Presence. We will begin our exploration this spring with Psalm 16, a psalm “expressing the quiet joy one can experience when one ‘takes refuge’ in God” (R Richard Levy). Next, we will turn our attention to two psalms which are used in the traditional Saturday morning liturgy – Psalm 34, which invites us to “taste and see that YaH is good” and Psalm 90, which acknowledges how fleeting the lifespan of humans is, compared to God’s eternity, and how crucial it is to treasure hayom/this day. We will end on a high note, with Psalm 126, which celebrates our coming home to the land, and expresses a longing for “homecoming to a state of well-being, at-homeness with both our Earth and our God” (R Miryam Glazer). Newcomers are welcome at any point!* It will be possible to attend the class by means of a virtual classroom with Zoom for those who pre-register online. You will receive the Zoom link upon registration. *No Hebrew is required. The texts will be provided both in Hebrew and in traditional and alternative English translations, including those of Rebbe Zalman himself.

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  • Friday ,
    AprApril  17 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Bubble Shabbat

    Friday, Apr 17th 5:00p to 6:15p
    Bubble Shabbat is a Friday night service designed to welcome Shabbat with young children and their families. With bubbles, prayers, songs and community, we light candles together, welcome our cute monster guests and listen to a Shabbat story. A vegetarian potluck follows and it’s a great time to connect. This Shabbat is designed for children ages 0 - 9 years and their families, but all are welcome. Bubble Shabbat is one Friday per month from 5-5:30pm in our sanctuary children’s loft. Friends are welcome!

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  • Monday ,
    AprApril  20 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Counting the Omer: A Journey Towards Wholeness through Mussar with Maggid Charna

    Monday, Apr 20th 6:30p to 8:15p

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  • Friday ,
    AprApril  24 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Family Shabbat Circle

    Friday, Apr 24th 6:00p to 6:30p
    We welcome families and friends to join us for Shabbat songs and blessings tonight from 6-6:30pm on Zoom. Looking forward to “seeing” you there! Please register to get the Zoom link

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  • Saturday ,
    AprApril  25 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: 4 Worlds Meditation and Gentle Movement for anyBODY- with Tracy Patch

    Shabbat, Apr 25th 10:30a to 12:00p
    Please join me for a relaxing and rejuvenating Four Worlds Shabbat. We will use a combination of breathing, Jewish meditation, gentle movement for anyBODY. Please arrive at 10:20. Please contact Tracy Directly for the Zoom link Email her at: tracypatch@gmail.com

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  • Monday ,
    AprApril  27 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Counting the Omer: A Journey Towards Wholeness through Mussar with Maggid Charna

    Monday, Apr 27th 6:30p to 8:15p

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  • Thursday ,
    AprApril  30 , 2020
     
     
    ONLINE: Psalms Brown Bag Series with Rabbi Diane Tiferet Lakein

    Thursday, Apr 30th 12:00p to 1:00p
    Ivdu et Hashem b’Simcha – Let us serve YHVH with joy! (Psalm 100: 2) Psalms Brown Bag Series with Rabbi Diane Tiferet Lakein: Nevei Kodesh, Thursdays 12 – 1 pm March 19, April 2, 16, 30 $10 Nevei Kodesh members/$12 guests This third lunchtime brown bag series will explore four new psalms as a way into both a deeper understanding of the Jewish traditional texts and a deeper appreciation of our own souls’ yearnings. Especially in times of increased anxiety and stress, psalms can provide us with a vehicle both for expressing our dismay and fear, and also for reconnecting us with a sense of possibility and Presence. We will begin our exploration this spring with Psalm 16, a psalm “expressing the quiet joy one can experience when one ‘takes refuge’ in God” (R Richard Levy). Next, we will turn our attention to two psalms which are used in the traditional Saturday morning liturgy – Psalm 34, which invites us to “taste and see that YaH is good” and Psalm 90, which acknowledges how fleeting the lifespan of humans is, compared to God’s eternity, and how crucial it is to treasure hayom/this day. We will end on a high note, with Psalm 126, which celebrates our coming home to the land, and expresses a longing for “homecoming to a state of well-being, at-homeness with both our Earth and our God” (R Miryam Glazer). Newcomers are welcome at any point!* It will be possible to attend the class by means of a virtual classroom with Zoom for those who pre-register online. You will receive the Zoom link upon registration. *No Hebrew is required. The texts will be provided both in Hebrew and in traditional and alternative English translations, including those of Rebbe Zalman himself.

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