Chanukah Week at Nevei Kodesh!

Join us to Celebrate Chanukah Together Virtually!  Nightly community candlelighting starts this Thursday, December 10, 6:00 pm

This year Nevei Kodesh leaders and staff will be hosting a zoom gathering each night of Chanukah from 6-6:30pm (except on Shabbat when we have a special evening of events).  We’ll join in lighting our Chanukiyot together, followed by sharing interactive short experiences. These may be songs, stories, teachings, group sharing, movement, or short meditations.

 To learn more about our Chanukah nightly offerings and get zoom link, please click here.  In this difficult time for so many, come gather with us to bring in light!

Chanukah Fusion! Friday, December 11

There is something for every-one and every-age: Music, prayer, storytelling, and connection. 

6pm Experiential Chanukah with our Religious School

6:45 pm Community-Wide Chanukah Celebration

7:20 pm Shabbat Service with Ba’alat Tefillah/Hazzan Michelle Wolf

Click here for registration and zoom link

Weekly Torah Study, Saturday, Dec 12, 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Led by Maggid Charna Rosenholtz. Study of the weekly parsha, this class meets every Shabbat.  Click here to email her for zoom link.

4 Worlds Shabbat Morning Meditation and Gentle Movement for anyBODY
Saturday, Dec 12, 10:30 am – noon

Led by Tracy Patch. Please join us for a relaxing and rejuvenating Four Worlds Shabbat. We will use a combination of breathing, Jewish meditation, gentle movement and using intention and visualization with yoga nidra. This experiential practice will allow you to traverse the Four Worlds of body, mind, heart and soul. Please have a mat, blanket and pillow for the yoga nidra practice. You must register with Tracy for the zoom link. tracypatch@gmail.com

About Dena Gitterman

Executive Director, Congregation Nevei Kodesh

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