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Receiving the Torah in our Full Lives

How do we bring the study of sacred text into the fullness of our lives? Join us as we explore traditional and contemporary methods of Torah study. These tools can give us a way to bring the weekly cycle of readings into our lives as a mussar or spiritual practice, as well as deepen our understanding of the tradition. No previous experience necessary.

This class is taught by Maggid Charna Rosenholtz and will be held on Thursday, November 29, 2012, from 7 – 8:30 pm at Nevei Kodesh, 3269 28th Street. Donation recommended. Open to all.

 

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  1. Highly recommended. Charna Rosenholtz is an insightful, creative, non-judgmental Torah morah with a whole bad of tools and teachings.