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Saturday Mornings

Our Shabbat morning worship alternates between opportunities for embodied prayer and more traditional liturgical approaches.

Learners and Leaders Minyan
Four Worlds Shabbat
Embodying Torah
Classic Renewal
 

Learners and Leaders Minyan (Shabbat Morning Shacharit and Torah Service with Rav Bracha)

A monthly Shabbat morning prayer experience, the Learners and Leaders Minyan is an intergenerational gathering where *everybody* gets to learn how to be a leader. With support from our teen musicians, this is an opportunity for elders and youngers, parents, teachers and students to all come together to build community and get more deeply connected with the Shabbat morning liturgy.

The service is appropriate for anyone 5 and up, though younger children are welcome to attend if their parents are OK tending to them as childcare is not provided.

We will pray, sing, meditate, move and study Torah together in the Sanctuary (10-11:30am), and then gather for a potluck kiddush in the Social Hall (11:30-12:30.) All are warmly invited to participate! Challah and juice will be provided - Please bring a vegetarian/dairy dish to share.
 

4 Worlds Meditation and Gentle Movement for anyBODY- with Tracy Patch

Please join me for a relaxing and rejuvenating Four Worlds Shabbat. We will use a combination of breathing, Jewish meditation, gentle movement for anyBODY and using intention and visualization with yoga nidra*. Yoga nidra is not about the poses of yoga. It is an extremely relaxing guided meditation done lying down or sitting in a chair. This experiential practice will allow you to traverse the Four Worlds of body, mind, heart and soul.


For more information, contact TracyPatch@gmail.com

Check our calendar for upcoming dates and times!

Four Worlds Shabbat is financially sponsored by Nevei Kodesh, allowing us to offer this program free and open to the public. Donations welcomed.

*Visit www.gentlewisdomyoga.com for testimonials and information on this powerful practice.

Embodying Torah

With Dove Weissman-Shtein and friends
Shabbat Movement Exploration


This Shabbat morning movement-based exploration invites body-heart-mind-soul to discover the Torah / Wisdom within. Through chanting, gentle embodiment practices, Parasha meditations and free movement, we enter the temple of our bodies to connect with the Torah alive in each of our cells, each of our souls.

No experience necessary, come as you are. Wear comfortable clothes. If you'd like, you're welcome to bring a journal, tallit or other prayeraphernalia.

Check our calendar for upcoming dates and times!

Embodying Torah is financially sponsored by Nevei Kodesh, allowing us to offer this program free and open to the public. Donations welcomed.
 

Classic Renewal

Guided by the rabbi and our community musicians, we embark on a worship journey that begins with body awareness and gratitude; moves through song and dance to open the heart; dwells in contemplation and prayer; and then culminates in the Torah service, where we read directly from our tradition’s most sacred text. These services are often combined with the celebration of a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, where one of our young people is called to the Torah for the first time, taking their place in the Jewish community as a young adult.

Tue, September 17 2019 17 Elul 5779