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Rabbi Tirzah Firestone
Rabbi Tirzah Firestone

CBS Welcomes Reb Tirzah Firestone for First Friday

Rabbi Tirzah Firestone
Rabbi Tirzah Firestone

Join Congregation Bonai Shalom as we welcome Reb Tirzah Firestone to our First Friday series.  On Friday, January 3, 2014, Reb Tirzah will share dreams, stories, and teachings from her life and research about the uncanny help that comes to us to further us on our journeys toward wholeness.  Rabbi Tirzah Firestone was the beloved founding rabbi of Congregation Nevei Kodesh in Boulder until she retired last year.  She is also an acclaimed author and psychotherapist and is currently working on her doctorate in Depth Psychology with an emphasis on eco and the global community, at Pacifica Graduate Institute.  Reb Tirzah is no stranger to Bonai Shalom and she and Rabbi Marc have collaborated on a number of programs over the years. 

Dinner is $18 per adult, $15 per child under 13. $50 maximum per family.  Bring your own Kosher wine or beer but please label with your name if you do not intend to share. RSVP by Tuesday, December 31 to office@bonaishalom.org or call 303-442-6605. Services begin at 6:00 pm with dinner and talk at approximately 7:15 pm.  At Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder 5001 Pennsylvania Ave.  Boulder

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I am the Office Administrator at Congregation Bonai Shalom.

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