Bonai Shalom Launches Nefesh, a NEW Shabbat Morning Experience

On October 28, at 10:00 am, the parsha of Lech Lecha, join Congregation Bonai Shalom for a new spiritual adventure! Join us a for a shorter, singier, spirited Shabbat morning experience, with a little drumming and a lot of soul! Services begin promptly at 10: 00 am. We would love your presence and participation as we make flourish our inclusive, vibrant, spiritual community. Our services will use traditional liturgy through Torah reading, then a poetic haftara and meditative musaf. Attendance on the 28th and feedback from it will determine whether we make this a recurring program.

This service will be in the sanctuary as our only Shabbat morning service of the day.  All are invited to open the space with niggun with Rabbi Marc and Hannah in the sanctuary from 9:30 – 9:55 am.  Please stay for community kiddush lunch.

 

About Kit Colorado

I am the Office Administrator at Congregation Bonai Shalom.

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