There has been a recent resurgence of interest in the rich and expansive composition that we call the Talmud. Study of Talmud has been central to Jewish life for over a thousand years, but it is not easy to approach or navigate alone. Together, we will explore this dynamic and textured expression of Rabbinic creativity. Continue Reading »
Join us after morning services on Thursdays (around 8:10am) for open discussions about prayer. Based on the interests of participants, these sessions will incorporate Q&A with Rabbi Zehavi, exploration of the meaning of the liturgy, development of skills to participate in services, conversations about our personal relationships with worship, and exposure to complementary contemplative practices. Continue Reading »
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For thousands of years, the Psalms have been sources of inspiration for Jews as well as members of other traditions. In this class, we will come together weekly to engage in study of the Hebrew Bible’s collection of devotional poetry - the book of Psalms. During each session, we will read and discuss a different Continue Reading »
Have you ever wanted to learn to read from the Torah?Did you once learn but feel you could use a refresher?Please join Rabbi Zehavi as we gain and hone the skills to chant our most sacred text with the musical elaboration passed down for millennia. We will learn collaboratively and benefit from each other’s listening Continue Reading »