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Sunday Family Kirtan: November 18th

Join Keely Angel and guest musicians for a Sunday morning Kirtan! Breathing, dancing, singing, oh my! Potluck follows afterwards -- please bring healthy-ish snacks, organic strongly encouraged.


When: November 18th, 10:30am
Where: Zach and Zivar's; RSVP to Dalit (dalit@newshul.org)
$36 Suggested / Free for Core & Seed Members

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Devotions Collective: Haleh Liza

Haleh Liza is a poet, composer, vocalist, and translator. She'll be sharing new translations of Rumi's poetry from her forthcoming book, and will recite and sing some in Persian that you may hear the incredible rhythm, rhyme, and word play of the original text. Haleh's own poems have been published by Columbia University Press and Rattapallax Press and she's had the pleasure of sharing her work with various projects at venues such as Lincoln Center, Omega Institute, and the Bonnaroo Festival.

When: Friday Nov. 16th, 6:30pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church, 12 w 12th st.

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Intro to Kabbalah/Jewish Mysticism

Rabbi Zach will teach a 4-part introduction to Kabbalah, exploring the basic tenets of Jewish mysticism that lie at the foundation of all the spiritual practices of The New Shul. Attention will be devoted to understanding the map of the Sefirot, the Kabbalist's diagram of the soul and the cosmos, as well as first readings from the Zohar and other mystical works. Participants will leave with meditations and practices to weave into their spiritual life.

When: 7pm on Thursday evenings November 15th, November 29th, December 6th, December 13th
Where: Rabbi's House (Prospect Heights); RSVP to info@newshul.org

$36 Suggested Donation / Free for Core & Seed Members

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Event listing: https://mysteryprayergatheringnycdec.splashthat.com/

Discount code for Core and Seed members: NEWSHUL (makes the tickets $18)

Enjoy an evening with a spiritual leader whose tradition and background will be a mystery until you arrive! The idea is to learn new things, build your spiritual toolbox, and show that we're all more alike than we are different.

We'll spend some time learning from our spiritual leader about their tradition and practice, then we'll actually try one of their rituals ourselves. There will be plenty of time for reflection and Q&A, as well as enjoying tasty vegetarian food & refreshing beverages.

We welcome seekers and skeptics alike!

Co-hosted by Danya Shults, founder of Arq, which helps anyone connect with all things Jew-ish in a relevant, inclusive way.

 

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