Everyone Welcome at Nava Tehila Shabbaton at Nevei Kodesh

Congregation Nevei Kodesh is thrilled to announce that due to the combined generosity of many community members, we are able to invite EVERYONE to join us this Shabbat for an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to pray with Nava Tehila at no additional cost.

Join Nava Tehila, the innovative group visiting from Jerusalem, for a dynamic Shabbaton and teaching at Nevei Kodesh this weekend, January 17-19, 2020. 

Kabbalat Shabbat is Friday at 7:00 pm, and Shabbat Shacharit Saturday at 9:30 am. Incredibly beautiful, high energy musical services; on Shabbat morning all will have the opportunity to be called up to the Torah.

There will be free childcare during both services.

You don’t need to register – just show up!

We lovingly invite your donations in honor of these amazing leaders, but since our costs have been covered by the GENEROSITY of several community members, we are now able to open our doors wide to everyone, regardless of financial means.

This is an incredible blessing!

Nava Tehila, which includes Rabbi Ruth Gan Kagan (spiritual director), Daphna Rosenberg (guitar and vocals) and Yoel Sykes (guitar and vocals) is involved in groundbreaking work towards pluralism in Israel through music, song and the ecstatic celebration of prayer and teachings. Their intoxicating original music, along with traditional Jewish melodies, energizes and excites audiences while creating community. They encourage inspiration, spiritual connection and deep inner reflection.

Friday evening and Saturday morning Shabbat services will be led by Nava Tehila and will also include local musicians. On Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, Rabbi Ruth will share teachings on Ana b’Koach: Kabbalistic Secrets of Ascent, one of the masterpieces of Jewish mystical prayers.

Please join us for this remarkable and rare adventure!

Read Charna Rosenholtz’ interview with Rabbi Ruth here.

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