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Year of the Priestess

High Holy Day  GUESTS  tickets  High Holy Day  CORE MEMBERS  tickets  High Holy Day  SEED MEMBERS  tickets    Join us for the High Holy Days in celebration of the Year of the Priestess!  Follow this link to see our lineup of Priestesses who will help us in welcoming this very special 5780 Year of the Priestess.   All services will take place at Village Community School, 272 W 10th St, New York, NY 10014- except for our Tashlich which will take place at Pier 45 followed by a break-fast dinner at VCS.  Children's Service & Hands-on Activities are appropriate for children up to age 12.  Children under 4 must be accompanied by an adult.

High Holy Day GUESTS tickets

High Holy Day CORE MEMBERS tickets

High Holy Day SEED MEMBERS tickets

Join us for the High Holy Days in celebration of the Year of the Priestess! Follow this link to see our lineup of Priestesses who will help us in welcoming this very special 5780 Year of the Priestess.

All services will take place at Village Community School, 272 W 10th St, New York, NY 10014- except for our Tashlich which will take place at Pier 45 followed by a break-fast dinner at VCS.

Children's Service & Hands-on Activities are appropriate for children up to age 12.

Children under 4 must be accompanied by an adult.

Weaving Writing the Priestess Saturday Sept. 21st, 6-9pm East Village Location with RSVP to  info@newshul.org   In matriarchal societies art and religion were integrated, and the temple was a ritual space as well as an art studio. With the guidance of member Suzanne Tick, we’ll have the opportunity to weave on lap looms throughout the High Holy Day services. Join us for an evening of study, music and art and nourishment. We’ll serve dinner from Divya’s at 6pm, and pour over some of the texts and materials that are inspiring our investigation of priestesses and goddess mythologies. Then we’ll move into our own creativities and work on dressing our lap looms, or on composing matriarchal prayers.  Please begin digging into material remnants of the past that conjure memories latent with transformational capacity. Items of abundance that you no longer need. Items of clothing. Imagery, old films, cassettes. Cut them in continuous strips no wider than 1/2” and wrap into a ball. For safe keeping and handling.  On Sept 21st you be given a lap loom to warp up and weave throughout the ten days awe. This time honored tradition of weaving began from our beginnings. The slow meditation and rhythm resonates into our core, and engages the bliss chemistry that creation ignites.

Weaving Writing the Priestess
Saturday Sept. 21st, 6-9pm
East Village Location with RSVP to info@newshul.org

In matriarchal societies art and religion were integrated, and the temple was a ritual space as well as an art studio. With the guidance of member Suzanne Tick, we’ll have the opportunity to weave on lap looms throughout the High Holy Day services. Join us for an evening of study, music and art and nourishment. We’ll serve dinner from Divya’s at 6pm, and pour over some of the texts and materials that are inspiring our investigation of priestesses and goddess mythologies. Then we’ll move into our own creativities and work on dressing our lap looms, or on composing matriarchal prayers.

Please begin digging into material remnants of the past that conjure memories latent with transformational capacity. Items of abundance that you no longer need. Items of clothing. Imagery, old films, cassettes. Cut them in continuous strips no wider than 1/2” and wrap into a ball. For safe keeping and handling.

On Sept 21st you be given a lap loom to warp up and weave throughout the ten days awe. This time honored tradition of weaving began from our beginnings. The slow meditation and rhythm resonates into our core, and engages the bliss chemistry that creation ignites.

High Holy Day GUESTS tickets

High Holy Day CORE MEMBERS tickets

High Holy Day SEED MEMBERS tickets

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Kabbalat Shabbat

Join us for our bi-monthly Shabbat Service. A truly unique and meditative experience that includes sacred music, deep breathing, and teachings from the Zohar and beyond. A casual, organic dinner catered by Divya’s kitchen follows each service.

When: October 18th, 2019 at 630pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church (12 w. 12th)

Next Dates: November 8th, November 22nd

Next Brooklyn Dates: October 25th, November 15th

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The Moon Circle

On the full moon we gather to honor the wisdom of each moon, to witness each other's stories and to share our own in the spirit of our matriarchs. Each month Zivar Amrami, along with circle-makers Vanessa Fried and Elyssa Ackerman and special guests, we will engage with a theme mirroring the Kabbalistic and Astrological wisdoms for the designated moon. We will do through this learning, ritual, and song. Please join us in this safe, intimate and intentional space.

Female-identifying humans of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 6:30pm in Manhattan

Tuesday, November 12 2019 at 6:30 in Brooklyn

Thursady, December 12 2019 at 6:30 in Manhattan

3 for $95 or $36 per circle, all proceeds to benefit The Indigenous Grandmothers (barter available for those with limited funds)

To reserve or inquire further, please email Zivar yzamrami@gmail.com


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