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Spiritual Practices

SINGING AS A SPIRITUAL PRACTICE

7:30–9:00 p.m. Unless Otherwise Indicated

Our ongoing exploration of singing and new niggunim, wordless melodies, as a way of touching the deepest recesses of our souls. No special skills or talents are required.  If you’ve never prayed, this is an opportunity to experience transcendence without words of any kind. If you like to pray, these sessions will enhance and enrich your prayers. This will also be an opportunity to enlarge our Davening Core by supporting people who like singing to learn new melodies, harmonies and skills which will enliven our services.

Upcoming Dates:

Tuesday, December 18

Thursday, January 17

Thursday, February 28

Thursday, March 28

Sunday, May 19 (9:30–11:00 a.m.)

Tuesday, June 18

 

NIGGUN HALEV

Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. in the Wiener Lounge

Our melody-filled Saturday morning service is a beautiful balance of traditional liturgy with accessible and moving song and harmonies. Give flight to the ancient words with melodies that tug at the heart.

Upcoming Dates:

January 19 (A special Niggun HaLev)

February 9

March 9

April 13

May 25

Prepare for Niggun HaLev with these videos:

 

KAVANNAH: MINDFULNESS AND CONTEMPLATION (formerly the Contemplative Service) 

Saturdays at 10:45 a.m. 

Join one of our rabbis for an hour of mindfulness, meditation, intentional study, silence, singing and prayer.  This time is a gift for yourself. Click here for the poetry read during the service.

Upcoming Dates:

December 22

January 5

February 16

April 20

May 25

June 29

 

LIBEINU: HEART & SOUL SHABBAT

Refreshments at 6:15 p.m. followed by services at 6:30 p.m. 

Join us to greet the Sabbath on Friday evenings with uplifting song, quiet meditative prayer, and inspiring words of Torah. Together, we will shake off the stresses of the work week and wrap ourselves in the light and song-filled spirit of Shabbat.  

Upcoming Dates:

December 7

January 11

February 8

March 15

April 12

May 24

Mon, December 17 2018 9 Tevet 5779