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Join us for Shabbat and a Tu B'Shevat Seder. This seder will reflect Gershon Winkler's kabbalistic inspired seder, a little different than the "traditional".
Join us for a talk by Henry Sapoznik, award winning record and radio producer, author, ethnomusicologist in the fields of Yiddish and American popular and traditional culture.
Herbal Walk in Honor of the Trees of Life
Sunday, February 7, 1-4 pm
Rabbi Andrea has been an amateur student of palmistry for many years. On New Year's Day, she'll share with interested parties an overview of how the hand is read.
She'll share the map of the hand and offer some clues for your own study. For entertainment purposes only.
2PM-3PM Eastern time, Friday January 1, 2021
Your Life is in Your Hands: Intro to Palmistry
Free of Charge
This Shabbat of Valentine's Day weekend, we will open to love by raising chants, prayers, poems and meditations that warm and support our hearts. Please join with guest liturgists and poets. Details about participating will be sent in the How To Participate email. Please contact our office to be added the the HTP email.
Jews, across the continents and in many centuries, have come across the great teachings and traditions of many ages. In this talk, Dr Sledge will track the philosophy-slash-technology-science of alchemy as it interested with the Jewish communities of the middle east, Egypt and Europe.
Filmmaking From Home!
Teens, adults and motivated children are invited to a creative art project to formulate and live into our highest vision for ourselves for the new year. Our guide is art educator Rhonda Wainshilbaum. Rhonda is a supportive teacher who makes art accessible to all, even those of us who failed kindergarten cut and paste classes.
Materials required at home will be paper and a pencil or pen - that's it!
We'll study together Biblical and Talmudic sources about dream interpretation as we head into the winter months and their long nights. Rabbi Andrea will lead. Donations encouraged, especially for not-yet-members.
All are welcome.