Shechinah and Women of the Bible Class Now Online

An Experiential Journey to Connect to the Divine Feminine

Join us for a new class led by Reb Patrice Spitz, as we connect with and receive inspiration from our female ancestors from the Torah.  Each week, we will engage with a different matriarch through guided meditations and creative expression (with art supplies and/or journaling).  Come explore and create together in a supportive environment. All are welcome, regardless of faith or religious background.

When:  Come to one or more classes!
Mondays, 10:00 am to noon, March 30, April 6, April 13, April 20, April 27.  
We will connect to Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, Leah and Miriam respectively.

Where:  Online   

Cost: Pay what you can between $5 and $40

More info: https://www.rebpatrice.com/shechinah-and-women-of-the-bible-an-experiential-journey.html

Please call or email with questions or to register. RebPatrice@RebPatrice.com  631-988-4472

Reb Patrice is a Rabbinic Pastor (a specialist in the pastoral dimension of rabbinic work) ordained through Aleph, the Jewish Renewal ordination program.  Reb Patrice served Congregation Nevei Kodesh as Rabbinic Pastor from 2011-2014.  She enjoys teaching and helping others get in touch with their own wisdom and guidance through experiential work, such as creative expression through art or writing.  She also loves leading life cycle ceremonies and making art.  www.RebPatrice.com

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