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WE CAN HELP! Introducing…Har HaShem’s Tikkun Middot Project

Har_HaShem_star_plus_wordsCongregation Har HaShem is one of twenty-eight organizations selected to participate in the Institute for Jewish Spirituality’s Tikkun Middot Project. The project is supported by a grant from the Institute for Jewish Spirituality and the Templeton Foundation. It is a ground-breaking national initiative developing moral character through the mindfulness practice of tikkun middot: the cultivation of character traits such as forgiveness, generosity, and humility.

This practice of soul trait study and mindfulness is available to all our members so we can reach for personal self-improvements. We will enhance the meaning and purpose of our individual and communal relationships.

Why join?

  • to grow in compassion, spiritual depth, and a sense of connectedness
  • to be a part of a year-long committed spiritual group at our synagogue that meets monthly
  • to have a hevruta (study partner) to share your insights and learning experiences
  • to study character development through a Jewish lens

Want to Learn More?

Check out our new webpage.

To learn more about the Tikkun Middot Project, contact Rabbi Gelfarb.

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