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What Is Jewish Renewa?l
What is Jewish Renewal?
Inspired by the teachings of Reb Zalman Schachter‐Shalomi, founder of the movement for Jewish Renewal, and Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, PhD (Rabbi Emerita), we are a community blessed with tremendous spiritual leadership.
Rabbis, maggidot (sacred storytellers), prayer‐leaders, musicians and learned lay leaders share knowledge and provide guidance to congregants and guests through a diverse offering of classes and worship opportunities. We are both experimental and bound to our heritage, striving to experience Judaism using a Four Worlds model ‐ one which connects us through body, mind, heart and soul.
Music is one of the most important components of a Nevei Kodesh worship experience. By joining our voices and instruments together, we seek to lift our spirits and deepen our connection to The Divine.
Congregation Nevei Kodesh is deeply ecumenical. We believe that multiple faith traditions can not only co‐exist but together help to heal the world. We embrace teachings from other faith practices and incorporate them as appropriate into our Jewish expression.
And most important, Congregation Nevei Kodesh is warm, welcoming and supportive. We invite you to join us and soar as together we travel the path of engaged spiritual Jewish practice.
Drop by the synagogue Tue-Thur 10am-4pm, or Friday 10am-2pm to meet with a staff person; call 303-443-4567, or email us to connect with a member of our Welcoming Team. These community members would be happy to find answers to any of your questions, or arrange to greet and orient you at whatever event you would like to come to.
Find out more about Jewish Renewal from Aleph, Alliance for Jewish Renewal (www.aleph.org).
Thu, 23 March 2017
25 Adar 5777
Thursday, Mar 23rd 7:00p to 9:00p
4-session class, taught by Walter Katz. March 23, April 6, April 20, May 4. Free and open to the public; donations gratefully accepted.
Shabbat, Mar 25th 4:00p to 5:30p
No prior learning is necessary to engage in Nevei Kodeh’s Torah study. This includes knowing Hebrew or Jewish history. We will meet you exactly where you are! Torah Study is free of charge and open to the public (donations gratefully accepted.)
Wednesday, Mar 29th 6:00p to 7:00p
Building on work with Rabbi Shefa Gold, Ziva Moyal will lead a chant circle. RSVP requested.
Shabbat, Apr 1st 9:30a to 11:00a
For 0-5year-olds, their parents and families.
Friday, Apr 7th 7:00p to 9:00p
Followed by Oneg Shabbat, lovingly sponsored by Michelle Wolf, and by Lolly Gold, in memory of her mother Lillian Gold on the occasion of her yahrzeit.
Tuesday, Apr 11th 5:00p to 10:30p
Join us for 2nd Night Seder! Vegetarian/diary potluck meal; ritual foods included. $18 members; $30 guests; $10 children 5-18; no charge for children under 5. This event always sells out, as space is limited - Register today!