This come one, come all Shabbat offering has something for everyone, whether you’re looking to dive deep into the week’s teachings, get more acquainted with Saturday morning services, or introduce kids to Shabbat rituals.
On the third night of Chanukah, take part in candle lighting and havdallah, a weekly ritual that helps us transition out of Shabbat. Sing, connect, and share a few reflections as we begin a new week together and continue the festival of lights.
Go beyond latkes and fry up with Chef Vered including stuffed potato balls with cheese and chives, Sephardi herb and potato frittata, Italian donuts with Nutella, and semolina and date cookies.
Start off the work day with some spiritual work as we come together to connect and reflect. In honor of Chanukah, Rabbi Aaron and musician Aaron Shneyer lead a song-filled Hallel, or a collection of Psalms traditionally sung on Jewish holidays.
With the Jewish Emergent Network
On the seventh night of Chanukah, the rabbis of the Jewish Emergent Network, including Rabbi Shira and Rabbi Aaron, lead a candle lighting with a little learning, a little singing, and a lot of light.
Start off the work day with some spiritual work as we come together to connect (virtually) and reflect. Rabbi Aaron and musician Aaron Shneyer will lead a few of the traditional morning prayers, share a couple of kavvanot (intentions), and lead a short journaling exercise.