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  • Saturday ,
    AugAugust  7 , 2021
    Bar Mitzvah
    Shabbat, Aug 7th 10:30a to 12:30p

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  • Saturday ,
    AugAugust  28 , 2021
     
     
    S'lichot

    Shabbat, Aug 28th 8:00p to 9:00p

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  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  6 , 2021
     
     
    High Holy Day 5782

    Monday, Sep 6th (All day)

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  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  6 , 2021
     
     
    High Holy Days 5782

    Monday, Sep 6th 7:00p to 9:00p
    The great early masters of the Chasidic movement of Eastern Europe, some 250 years ago, described the spiritual journey as an evolution from the egotism of the separate sense of self, to one maturing toward ever deeper humbleness, to the ultimate dissolving of the self into the Self. They used a play on words, in Hebrew, to describe this journey from ani, אֲנִי (i am), to ani, עָנִי (humble), to ain, אֵין (nothingness). One of the paths that lead us into such depth of practice is the path of forgiveness that the High Holy Days challenge us to walk every year. Rabbi Olivier proposes to match each of the three unfolding Chasidic stages to the three major convocations of the Day of Awe: S’lichot, Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. You are invited to come discover together in community the personal transformation that is possible when we engage in such profound practices.

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  • Tuesday ,
    SepSeptember  7 , 2021
     
     
    High Holy Days 5782

    Tuesday, Sep 7th 10:30a to 12:00p
    The great early masters of the Chasidic movement of Eastern Europe, some 250 years ago, described the spiritual journey as an evolution from the egotism of the separate sense of self, to one maturing toward ever deeper humbleness, to the ultimate dissolving of the self into the Self. They used a play on words, in Hebrew, to describe this journey from ani, אֲנִי (i am), to ani, עָנִי (humble), to ain, אֵין (nothingness). One of the paths that lead us into such depth of practice is the path of forgiveness that the High Holy Days challenge us to walk every year. Rabbi Olivier proposes to match each of the three unfolding Chasidic stages to the three major convocations of the Day of Awe: S’lichot, Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. You are invited to come discover together in community the personal transformation that is possible when we engage in such profound practices.

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  • Wednesday ,
    SepSeptember  15 , 2021
     
     
    High Holy Days 5782

    Wednesday, Sep 15th 7:00p to 9:00p
    The great early masters of the Chasidic movement of Eastern Europe, some 250 years ago, described the spiritual journey as an evolution from the egotism of the separate sense of self, to one maturing toward ever deeper humbleness, to the ultimate dissolving of the self into the Self. They used a play on words, in Hebrew, to describe this journey from ani, אֲנִי (i am), to ani, עָנִי (humble), to ain, אֵין (nothingness). One of the paths that lead us into such depth of practice is the path of forgiveness that the High Holy Days challenge us to walk every year. Rabbi Olivier proposes to match each of the three unfolding Chasidic stages to the three major convocations of the Day of Awe: S’lichot, Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. You are invited to come discover together in community the personal transformation that is possible when we engage in such profound practices.

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  • Thursday ,
    SepSeptember  16 , 2021
     
     
    High Holy Days 5782

    Thursday, Sep 16th 10:30a to 7:00p
    The great early masters of the Chasidic movement of Eastern Europe, some 250 years ago, described the spiritual journey as an evolution from the egotism of the separate sense of self, to one maturing toward ever deeper humbleness, to the ultimate dissolving of the self into the Self. They used a play on words, in Hebrew, to describe this journey from ani, אֲנִי (i am), to ani, עָנִי (humble), to ain, אֵין (nothingness). One of the paths that lead us into such depth of practice is the path of forgiveness that the High Holy Days challenge us to walk every year. Rabbi Olivier proposes to match each of the three unfolding Chasidic stages to the three major convocations of the Day of Awe: S’lichot, Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. You are invited to come discover together in community the personal transformation that is possible when we engage in such profound practices.

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  • Monday ,
    OctOctober  25 , 2021
     
     
    Hebrew Class 2021-2022

    Monday, Oct 25th 4:00p to 5:00p

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Tue, August 3 2021 25 Av 5781