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[streaming] Shabbat Morning Service
January 29 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mussar “Ruach Shabbat” Service
With Student Rabbi Deni Marshall
Explore the wisdom of Mussar practice at our Mussar “Ruach (Spirit) Shabbat” experience to open our hearts and spirit through chant and silence, and explore Jewish teachings around the middot, spiritual qualities. On this Shabbat we will be exploring the Middah of Menuchat HaNefesh or Equanimity and how it is linked to Parashat Mishpatim as well as the times we are living in now.
Mussar is a Jewish spiritual practice that offers concrete instructions on how to live a meaningful life, based on the concept that if we transform ourselves we can transform the world. One Mussar teacher described Mussar as “teaching the heart what our mind already understands.”
If you are seeking a soulful Shabbat with less formal prayers – this is for you. If you are seeking ways to grow wiser in your everyday life – this is for you. If you aren’t so sure about chanting and silence, give it a try anyway. You might be surprised at how the combination of music and silence calms us, connects us, and creates space for new ways of thinking and acting to emerge. This is a new experiment at CBH for those who want a different experience for Shabbat morning. We will have one aliyah read from the Torah and a Mussar teaching experience, too! We will say Kaddish at the end of the service.
Participate on Zoom only.
Triennial Year 3, Exodus 23:20 – 24:18
Faiga Hascal, grandmother of Sandra Kniep
Joseph Radding, brother of Pearl Carpenter
Margaret Cohen, mother of Stephan Cohen
Margaret Miller Nickerson Grayden, mother of Margaret Grayden
Ann Cohan, grandmother of Steve Cohan
Ralph Heymann, husband of Leny Heymann
Sherman Hochman, husband of Sophie Hochman
Rita Joshel, mother of Marjory Kaplan
Sol Hochman, father of Linda Hirsch
Sheryl Weiner, sister-in-law of Scott Goldman
Nanette Weintraub, mother of Laurel Hassid and Jon Weintraub
- Sanctuary-1-Sanctuary space (320)
1715 Anderson Road
Davis, CA 95616 United States
- (530) 758-0842
- Rabbi Greg Wolfe
- (530) 758-0842 ext 302