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  • Monday
    Nov  18
     
     
    Mincha Minyan - Afternoon Service

    Monday, Nov 18th 2:00p to 2:30p
    Led by Rabbi Diane Tiferet

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  • Friday
    Nov  22
     
     
    Ancestral Healing Workshop with Elsa Asher and Yael Schonzeit

    Friday, Nov 22nd 10:00a to 5:00p
    Every lineage includes wise and loving ancestors. In this daylong workshop, we will engage in ancestor reverence rituals rooted in Jewish tradition and discuss the fundamentals of Ancestral Lineage Healing according to the Ancestral Medicine model.

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  • Friday
    Nov  22
     
     
    Kabbalat Shabbat Service Led by Michelle Wolf

    Friday, Nov 22nd 7:00p to 9:00p
    All are welcome to pray, dance, and sing in community.

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  • Saturday
    Nov  23
     
     
    4 Worlds Meditation and Gentle Movement for anyBODY- with Tracy Patch

    Shabbat, Nov 23rd 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.

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  • Monday
    Nov  25
     
     
    Mincha Minyan - Afternoon Service

    Monday, Nov 25th 2:00p to 2:30p
    Led by Rabbi Diane Tiferet

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  • Monday
    Dec  2
     
     
    Mincha Minyan - Afternoon Service

    Monday, Dec 2nd 2:00p to 2:30p
    Led by Rabbi Diane Tiferet

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  • Tuesday
    Dec  3
     
     
    NK Hebrew School + Siddur Track Tuesday

    Tuesday, Dec 3rd 4:15p to 6:00p

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  • Thursday
    Dec  5
     
     
    Psalms - Brown Bag Series with Rabbi Diane Tiferet

    Thursday, Dec 5th 12:00p to 1:00p
    Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi believed deeply that each of us have the capacity to communicate directly with God, yet often we are at a loss as to where to begin. What better place to begin our collective search than with our age-old prayers, the psalms (tehillim) of the Hebrew Bible?* This lunchtime brown bag series will explore four different psalms as a way into both a deeper understanding of the Jewish traditional texts and a deeper appreciation of our own souls’ yearnings. Over the centuries, the redactors of our prayer books (siddurim) have chosen particular psalms as part of the standardized liturgy, and Jewish Renewal has highlighted and elevated others through chants and songs. And yet there is so much more to uncover! We will begin our exploration this fall with Psalm 81, the psalm sung in Jerusalem by the Levites on Thursdays. In the next two sessions, we will turn our attention to Psalm 40 – a relatively unknown psalm – and Psalm 23 – a classic psalm of comfort. At our fourth meeting, we will discuss Psalm 30, traditionally associated with Chanuka, and also often recited as part of the morning liturgy. Ideally, we will come to build a sense of community through our sustained exploration of different psalms together over time. I also pray that our engagement with a variety of psalms will offer you a window into the tremendous richness to be found in these traditional texts of prayer. *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
    Dec  6
     
     
    Kabbalat Shabbat and Pizza Party

    Friday, Dec 6th 6:00p to 9:00p
    Join us for a transformative, musical Kabbalt Shabbat with a special childrens' blessing. Pizza Party- 6pm, Kabbalat Shabbat 7pm.

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  • Sunday
    Dec  8
     
     
    The Torah in Rabbinic Legend

    Sunday, Dec 8th 1:00p to 2:30p
    In this two-part series, Rav Bracha will introduce some of the key rabbinic midrashim conceptualizing Torah and its relationship to the world. We will study primary sources together in hevruta (sacred study partnership) as well as discussing them as a class. All sources will be provided with English translations. No prior text experience necessary; please bring a pen. Part 1: Torah and Creation - Sunday 12/8, Time: 1:00 - 2:30 Part 2: Torah and Revelation - Sunday 12/15, Time: 4:00 - 5:30 PLEASE NOTE DIFFERENCES IN TIME SLOT.

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Mon, November 18 2019 20 Cheshvan 5780