Shana Tova and Special Virtual Offerings at Nevei Kodesh This Week

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Join us for these special events!  All events are open to the public and most at no charge. 

Erev Rosh HaShanah Family and Childrens Service, Friday, Sept 18, 6-6:45 led by musicians Danya and Eyal Rivlin, with Batya Greenwald.
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Erev Rosh HaShanah Community Service. Friday, Sept 18, 7-9pm Led by Hazzan Michelle Wolf and friends, special teaching by Arik Labowitz. 
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Rosh HaShana First Day Services.  Saturday, Sept 19, 9am-1pm
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Rosh HaShana First Day Family and Children activities.  Saturday, Sept 19, 10am-3:30pm
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Second Day of Rosh HaShanah Special Contemplative Retreat, Sunday, Sept 20, 10-11:45am  Join us for a virtual contemplative retreat led by Eyal Rivlin and Danya Rivlin along with Ba’alat Tefilah/Hazzan Michelle Wolf. We will combine deep kirtan-style prayer and devotional song, offering our prayers for personal and collective healing. We conclude our service with shofar-blowing, and encourage everyone to follow with kiddush and tashlich (the release of old karma).  There is a $36 fee for this retreat.  Click here to register and for zoom links.

Chanting in Support of our Core, Wednesday, Sept 23, 5:50-7pm  We will use sacred verses from the Torah with prayerful melodies (mostly from Rabbi Shefa Gold), to ‘call’ God, and affirm our relationship with the Divine. Chanting is an uplifting practice that fills our hearts with joy and our bodies with healing light.  Free of charge. Led by Ziva Moyal, a graduate of Rabbi Shefa Gold’s Kol Zimra chanting training.   For information or registration, contact zivasmile@gmail.com

Shana Tova Metuka!  We wish everyone a sweet, happy and healthy New Year.

About Dena Gitterman

Executive Director, Congregation Nevei Kodesh

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