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Events for December 11, 2019
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Laughter Yoga can be effective sitting or standing. And you don’t even need to be happy (but it helps!). Join Laurie and Mara for playful laughter and mindful breathing exercises led by Stephen Rosenstock to stimulate joy and peace. Participation is voluntary in a noncoercive environment. Participants will be accountable for maintaining their well-being by listening to their body’s feedback and adapting or modifying activities including limiting participation or refraining to avoid discomfort. Adding laughter ... Read MoreFind out more »
The warm community of ALIYAH Jewish learning provides engaging, high-level learning opportunities for every student. Our students experience Jewish holidays and traditions, gain strong Hebrew language skills, and grow from the many opportunities for meaningful leadership within the congregational community. Our teachers are dynamic and nurturing, and our kids enjoy their experience of Jewish education.Find out more »
7th-12th graders at Neveh Shalom stay engaged in Jewish learning and social life through our ALIYAH Tichon program on Wednesday evenings, 6:30-8:30pm. Core classes allow students to stay with their grade and engage in high-level conversation about important topics from a Jewish lens, whether historical (world Jewry, Israel, Holocaust) or contemporary (current events, social ethics, inter-religious relations). Elective classes provide a fun and active framework to participate in Jewish cooking, art, improv, or debate classes. ... Read MoreFind out more »
Beginning Hebrew, or its equivalent level of mastery, is a prerequisite for this class. Overcome the barrier to your Shabbat service participation. Join a small group and attentive teacher to focus on the “how” and “why” of the major prayers of the Shabbat morning service, prayer concepts and choreography, and practicing words and tunes until you are more comfortable joining in. Course fee $50. Taught by Deb Freedberg.Find out more »
Beginning Hebrew, or its equivalent level of mastery, is a prerequisite for this class. Learn to chant Torah—you can do it! We cover the names and tunes of the cantillation symbols, and then work on a short Torah reading for a future service of your choice. Course fee $50. Taught by Deb FreedbergFind out more »