Preparing for the New Year with an Alef-Bet Exploration of High Holy Day Liturgy
Join us this Elul for text study, meditation, and creative response to High Holy Day liturgy. We will unpack words and meanings, meditate on images, and open ourselves to a renewed relationship with our central prayers. While familiarity with Hebrew will be useful, those new to the language are welcome. Bring a journal, pen and art-making materials you enjoy using. Art supplies will also be provided for all.
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 7 – 9 pm
Free for members. Suggested donation: $18. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Walk-ups welcome! We accept credit cards, Venmo, PayPal, and checks at the door. Please arrive by 6:45 pm to check in. The program begins at 7 pm, doors close at 7:15 pm. No late admittance.
Elizheva Hurvich is a rabbinic student with Aleph: the Alliance for Jewish Renewal. A Bay Area native, she has been part of Chochmat HaLev and the extended Jewish community as a teacher, artist, organizer and ritual leader for decades. Elizheva delights in singing, praying, playing and creating art, and she is grateful to join Chochmat HaLev this Elul as we learn together and deepen our community ties.