Join Rabbi Marcia Prager, Hazzan Jack Kessler and Shir Yaakov Feit this coming weekend for Shabbat at the Parliament of World Religions. They will represent ALEPH by leading renewal-style Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Morning services. All are welcome.
A SHABBOS OF HEART, MIND AND SOUL: a Shabbat of profound Jewish spiritual wisdom and soul-stirring melody.
Friday Evening Kabbalat Shabbat with a “Jewish Renewal” flair: 6 p.m. at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in the spacious Dean’s Hall, 231 E. 100 South, Salt Lake City, a short walk from the Salt Palace.
We come together for a song-filled gathering with which we welcome Shabbat, the weekly time in Jewish life for heightening our connection with the divine. As we celebrate Shabbat, we invite the Divine-Presence to be most fully with us. Together we experience rich variety in prayer and awaken to new possibilities of thinking and being. Bathed in the candle-light glow we welcome Shabbat with song, story, meditation and prayer. We blend the ancient words of Hebrew sacred prayer with the new words and melodies that our modern journeys have taught us. Our lives are enriched and we feel whole and full. Gentle use of musical instruments will support our prayer. All are welcome.
Shabbat Morning Service with a “Jewish Renewal” flair. 10:00 a.m. at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in the spacious Dean’s Hall, 231 E. 100 South, Salt Lake City, a short walk from the Salt Palace.
Our Shabbat morning gathering invites us to venture further into Shabbat, the weekly time in Jewish life for heightening our connection with the divine. With a blend of story, song, movement and prayer we deepen our whole-soul connection to the One. Together we will explore the inner teachings of Torah, which offer us opportunities to expand our spiritual horizons and renew our relationship with the mystery and wonder of creation. Discover how the practice of Shabbat can transform your relationship to your work, and to the collective human project of living in right relationship with each other and the earth. Gentle use of musical instruments will support our prayer. All are welcome.