Shabbat Morning Service

Saturday Morning Prayer Service
with Zvika Krieger

Saturday, April 13th 10:30 am
In person and on Zoom

Meeting ID 878 1040 4956
Passcode 972073

Join Join Zvika, Lauren Arrow, and special guests Kyle Lemle, Kele Nitoto and Jesse Sachs from WildChoir for a joyful morning full of soulful singing and interactive Torah experience.
Shabbat morning Shacharit prayer service, full of prayerful singing, ecstatic dancing, and guided meditation. Our interactive Torah experience mines the texts of our ancestral wisdom for modern meaning.

Service will start promptly at 10:30 am — please arrive 15 minutes early to check in.

No childcare available on Saturday mornings. Email to join our Families WhatsApp group.

After Services: Enjoy a potluck kiddush lunch and schmooze with our community. Bring a dish to share!

Kyle Lemle (Founder and Co-Artistic Director) is a co-founder of the Wildchoir & Thrive Street Choir, through which he is blessed to write & perform his original soul-stirring music for justice & healing. Kyle is also a forester and climate organizer, having worked around the world on community forestry and climate justice organizing ( Kyle is also the co-founder of Lead to Life, a collective of artists transforming guns into shovels, hosting transformative public rituals and planting trees at sites impacted by violence ( IG: @lemle)

Jesse Sachs In addition to being a founding member of Wildchoir, Jesse is a guide, mentor, teacher and creative. He has been at the helm of Back to Earth since 2014, where he offers young people a direct, personal relationship with the Natural World. Jesse has been practicing Qigong in the Ren Xue system since 2014 and is a certified Level 2 teacher. He is currently a full-time acupuncture student at AIMC in Berkeley, CA.

Kele Nitoto. Pulling from the cultures of the African diaspora to weave a tapestry of music and spirit, Kele Nitoto uses traditional drumming and singing as well as storytelling and hip hop, to explore the meaning of music in our lives; the connections between modern and traditional musics, as well as its connections with the wider, and inner worlds.


Our Shabbat services are supported by donation. Each donation, small and large, allows us to continue with this offering. Please contribute when you register, or at one of the links below:
• Donate online
• Venmo @chochmat 
• Paypal


Join with video

Join by phone  1-669-900-6833, 1-346-248-7799, 1-253-215-8782
Meeting ID 878 1040 4956
Passcode 972073
Notice: Our Zoom recordings are for archival purposes only, and therefore are not available to the public.

Physical Access


Entrance to the Sanctuary is at the corner of Prince St. and Fulton St.. There are 8 steps into the main entrance of the Sanctuary. There is an accessible ramp at a separate entrance on Fulton St. Please let a volunteer or staff know if you need to use this entrance; you can also email us in advance at


We have folding chairs (some with padding, some without), pillows, and floor cushions available for you to use, along with limited bench seating in the back of the Sanctuary. 

COVID Protocols
Our policy effective May 19th, 2023 is as follows:
Chochmat HaLev, in consultation with our medical advisor and based on community survey results, will discontinue masking requirements for attendance at events. Masks, although not required, are recommended. We understand people will need to make their own decisions about exposure and risk based on their own personal preferences, and health status.

Chochmat HaLev will provide passive ventilation (e.g., open windows and doors under the supervision of security-trained personnel) and other equipment as available.

Chochmat HaLev will include specific guidelines for those attending in person events on our website and in announcements regarding events.
Chochmat HaLev will provide seating adjacent to a window in an end-of-the-row seat to individuals upon request.

DO NOT attend an event at CHL if:

  • you are experiencing any potential symptoms of COVID-19 or other illness
  • you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days and have not had a negative antigen test on Day 6 or later
  • you have had a known exposure to COVID-19 in the past 3-5 days
  • a household member has tested positive in the last 10 days and has not had a negative test on Day 6 or later

By attending this event, you consent that recordings or photos of you may be used by Chochmat HaLev. If you have any questions, please contact


Apr 13 2024


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