Happenings at Nevei Kodesh

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

Upcoming Classes on Zoom:

Connecting to the 4 Worlds of Kabbalah for Inner Strength and Resilience

Wed. March 16, noon-1pm

In this class, taught by Rabbinic Pastor Patrice Spitz, we will engage with Hassidic teachings to learn about the nuances of the Kabbalastic Four Worlds, akin to physical, emotional, mental and spiritual realms. We’ll experience Jewish practices to help us explore how we relate to each world, and how we can strengthen our connection. This will help us be more aligned with our true authentic selves and our Divine Source, and increase our strength and resilience in this often challenging world. Practices will include journaling, short guided meditations, and intentional doodling. NK Members $10/Guests $14. For information and registration, click here.


Sh’ma! Listen Up! – Witnessing the Truth of Our Lives, Learning Love and Acceptance

Begins Wed. March 30, noon-1:00 pm (or Thursday March 31, 6-7:00 pm)

In this four week class taught by Rabbi Diane Tiferet Lakein, we’ll engage with one of our core prayers – “the Sh’ma” – with beginner eyes, ears and mind. Come and taste the rich layers of theology that this One-liner (and the paragraphs that follow) offers those curious and adventurous enough to listen wholeheartedly. In addition to exploring our own unique yearnings, we will learn about the spiritual history of the Sh’ma and experiment with diverse spiritual practices that use this prayer to experience (or, at the very least, approach) Presence. For information and registration, click here.

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We’re looking for a half-time Communication Coordinator.  Join our team! Click here for further details.


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