Introducing Hazzan Shayndel Adler as New Director of Family Life for Nevei Kodesh

Nevei Kodesh is pleased to introduce our new Director of Family Life, Hazzan Shayndel Adler.

Hazzan Shayndel AdlerAs an ordained cantor through the Aleph Ordination Program, she trained in the lineage of Jewish Renewal for over a decade. She served as a cantor for approximately ten years in Reform, Renewal and Conservative congregations and also as an educator and school administrator in Jewish and secular settings in California for over twenty years. She has a BA in Liberal Studies/Elementary Education, Waldorf Education teacher certification, is and ordained Kohenet (Jewish Priestess/earth-based ritual facilitator) and a healing practitioner.

She is inspired by the successful experiential religious school curriculum that CNK already has in place for our new school year and looks forward to supporting its ongoing growth and development in a safe and welcoming environment that encourages connection, joy, curiosity, creativity and deep and meaningful learning.

In her free time,  she is settling into her new home in Denver with her husband and their four children; tending to her flower garden, facilitating sound healings, singing lessons and composing Hebrew chants.

To learn more about about her can visit: https://www.shayndeladler.com/

Hazzan Shayndel will be introduced to the community in a virtual, musical Shabbat service this Friday, along with Rabbi Diane Lakein and musician Ari Sharfstein.  See below for more details and to register!

We are also accepting registration for our new experiential religious school semester starting mid-September in person on Sunday afternoons (2:30-5).  Click here more more information about our school.

Shabbat Blessings and Songs, Friday, August 27, 6:00 – 6:50 pm  Family friendly online, participatory, musical service led by Hazzan Shayndel, Rabbi Diane Lakein and Ari Sharfstein to bring in Shabbat.  All are welcome to attend!  To register and for zoom link, click here

 

 

 

About Dena Gitterman

Executive Director, Congregation Nevei Kodesh

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