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A ceremony which adapts traditional texts and facilitates an individualized ceremony to honor those whose memory we wish to perpetuate

Kavod Ha’em – Honoring a Foremother
Reflections on the transformation of mourning to affirmation
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Reflections on Tu Bi’Shevat

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Originally written for the period of Teshuvah — return — preceding the High Holy Days

On the Return Path: A Kavanah and Blessing before Taking on a New Mitzvah

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Light the World: A Nia Dance Party for Hanukkah

Welcome Hanukkah through the Nia movement practice. We’ll kindle our unique candles to music by Jewish singers, followed by prompts for reflection and writing. Nia is adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Move with us on December 7, 2023.

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