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Acclaimed Rabbi Shefa Gold To Lead Workshop at Har Shalom

Rabbi Shefa Gold

Congregation Har Shalom’s Center for Jewish Living proudly welcomes highly acclaimed Rabbi Shefa Gold, on Saturday March 29 at 3:00pm for her only visit in Colorado this year. With an inspirational teaching style Rabbi Shefa Gold will conduct a workshop using the principles of chanting as she follows the framework of the Exodus story as a model for our journeys. Whether you are deeply involved with Jewish life or curious to walk the path of any tradition, this experience will support you in your growth both spiritually and intellectually. All are welcome!

Join Rabbi Gold and discover the magic of chant: the practice of using a few short words -simply repeated with deliberate intention – which can unlock a treasure of healing, wisdom, and love. Wine, cheese, and light appetizers will be served from 5:00-6:00pm. From 6:15- 8:00pm, participants are guided into an exploration of building a place for spirituality within themselves, their relationships, and the world. The evening will conclude with a Havdalah celebration as Shabbat is brought to a close.

Discover why Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu says:

Rabbi Shefa Gold is adept at teaching us how to grow spiritually using the Torah as the inexhaustible source.”

Through the magic of chanting, workshop participants will come away with a clarity of insight, so habits which create distress are replaced with those which lead to peace and express themselves as love.

Har Shalom FCPre-register here or at the door. Suggested donation: $18 CHS members, $21 non-members. Child care provided. For additional information about Rabbi Shefa Gold, visit her website at www.rabbishefagold.com

Congregation Har Shalom is located at 725 West Drake Street in Fort Collins, Colorado (970) 223-5191.

 

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