Coming Home to Our Selves: New Moon of Elul Retreat with Rabbi Tirzah Firestone

Please join us: Saturday, August 22, 1:00-4:00 pm

Every year, the Rabbis teach, at the end of the summer, life pulses with a subliminal call to return to our deepest selves—to heal, recalibrate, and renew ourselves. The New Moon of Elul signals the start of a 40-day journey home that culminates at Yom Kippur, Day of At-one-ment.

This year, one that is hobbled by illness and upheaval, the call to go inward is profoundly needed. It summons us to gather together as best we can, to create sacred space and travel together into stillness, prayer, and re-alignment with our souls, and the soul of the world.

Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, PhD will lead an online Elul retreat with guided meditations, music, and teachings to help us recount our losses and harvest the gifts of the past year. Please bring a journal or notebook and pen/pencil and join us as we launch our High Holiday season.

Zoom information will be emailed upon registration.

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Cost: $36 for Nevei Kodesh Members | $72 for Guests

About Dena Gitterman

Executive Director, Congregation Nevei Kodesh

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