Avodat HaLev: Bringing Heart and Soul to Tefilah

Wednesday, March 31, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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Tefilah, Jewish prayer, can be so meaningful and even transformative when we understand and bring intention to the words that we pray. Come explore the meaning and intentions of Shabbat prayers to gain a deeper understanding of how they connect us with God, with tradition, and with each other. We will explore how to achieve kavannah and how to personalize prayer as we look at prayers such as the Shema U’Virchoteha and the Amida. 

Join spiritual leader Sally Heckelman as she offers the opportunity to participate in a repeat of the popular class that was offered in January, opening the door for you to explore:

  • How to engage with the traditional prayers in a way that is personal and meaningful — even if you don’t speak or read Hebrew
  • How to understand, sing and engage with the melodies of Jewish prayer
    The environment of the class will be a safe-space to learn and ask the questions that you have been afraid to ask before. No background in Hebrew or Jewish prayer is required.

Three-week session: Wednesdays, March 17, March 31, and April 7 from  7:30-8:30pm

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