RCS Pause and Affect; A Shabbat Outlook

RCS Pause and Affect; A Shabbat Outlook

$10.00 - $59.00

Seven Monday Evenings beginning November 20 | 7:30 PM

Experience the mystery of Shabbat

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A Monthly Study Program for Women, By Women
With Mrs. Dena Schusterman and Mrs. Leah Sollish

Shabbat, says the Talmud, is G-d’s gift to the Jewish people— and what a gift it is! It offers respite from labor and a break from the intrusion of our ubiquitous technologies. It allows family and community the time to connect and reflect without distraction. The warm smell of challah, the glowing candles, and the comfort of ritual all leave their imprint, shaping forever the meaning of family, peoplehood, and one’s place in the universe.

Yet to many, Shabbat is archaic, restrictive, and daunting, and it is therefore altogether ignored. The objective of this course is to remove the barriers that keep people from enjoying what Shabbat has to offer. We invite women of every level of observance to experience the mystery of this most precious of Jewish treasures on their own level. This mitzvah is not an all-or-nothing proposition, and so this course provides multiple entry points so that students at every level of affiliation can explore meaningful ways to enrich their lives with the lessons of Shabbat.

Seven Monday Evenings
November 20, 2017
December 18, 2017
January 15, 2018
February 19, 2018
March 19, 2018
April 16, 2018
May 14, 2018

 

 

Shahar Azani

Shahar Azani is a veteran diplomat and current Executive Director of StandWithUs Northeast, who has advocated ceaselessly for the Jewish state. His insider’s account lays out a path toward a strong Israel and a strong Jewish people.

Rabbi Tzvi Freeman & Mrs. Nomi Freeman

Rabbi Tzvi Freeman is the author of many books, including the meditation-driven Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, and Men, Women & Kabbalah. Rabbi Freeman is also director of Chabad.org’s Ask The Rabbi service, and has created a unique genre of Kabbalistic Sci-Fi. More recent is his Jewish Meditation video series, guiding the viewer through simple exercises for meditation in Jewish prayer.
 
Mrs. Nomi Freeman is the daughter of renowned Argentinian Kabbalist, Professor Avraham Polichenco. She has studied hundreds of NDEs and personally interviewed many people for their stories, and is well known for her seminars on spirituality and Jewish mysticism.

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Intown Jewish Academy
928 Ponce de Leon Ave, Atlanta, GA 30306