This Weekend at Nevei Kodesh, March 19-21

Nevei Kodesh, a warm and welcoming Jewish Renewal Community invites you to join us virtually for prayer, study and connection!

Shabbat Blessings and Songs, Friday, March 19, 6:00 – 6:45 pm  Family friendly online, participatory, musical service led by our religious school staff to bring in Shabbat.  All are welcome to attend!  To register and for zoom link, click here

 

 

Shabbat Morning Service, Saturday, March 20, 10 am Join Rabbi Charna Rozenholtz for the first Shabbat of the month of Nissan, a month of beginnings and springing forward. In this time of the year we are preparing for Passover and as such, we look for our inner Chametz, those inflated parts of ourselves that are in need of repair and refinement. There is an opportunity to practice Shiviti with these parts of ourselves, where we look at these parts, placing them before us to really see them as a way to aid us in our process.  Click here to register and for zoom link.

 

Weekly Torah Study, Saturday, March 20, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
Led by Rabbi Charna Rosenholtz. Study of the weekly parsha, this class meets every Shabbat.  Click here to email her for zoom link.

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Dena Gitterman

Executive Director, Congregation Nevei Kodesh

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