Kabbalah4All is an online Sephardic Jewish congregation with emphasis on the
Kabbalah (Mystical Judaism). We offer live streaming Shabbat and Holiday services
via YouTube and
Live. It is important to feel part of a spiritual community that celebrates
diversity while honoring the individuality of each unique person. Our mission
is to be that community online so that others may be empowered through prayer
and study to effect change in their part of the world, the idea of Tikkun Olam.
We invite you to Journey With Us From Wherever You Are On The Globe™.
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Our Current Time at Kabbalah4All:
Zohar Reading - Monday,
January 18, 2021
8:00 PM EST
Derech Hashem Study - Tuesday, January
8:00 PM EST
Arvit For Shovavim - Wednesday, January
20, 2021 - 8:00
Kabbalat Shabbat & Torah Service - Friday,
January 22, 2021
7:30 PM EST
Minchah For Shabbat, Motzaei
Shabbat, Havdalah - Shabbat, January 23, 2021 - 4:00 PM
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- Havdalah Candle
We have designed our own Havdalah Candle and it is now available in our
shop. Go to our Kabbalah4All Shop
one and see the other items we are offering.
HaShirim - New Chapter Each Week
We have begun our transliteration and translation of Shir HaShirim. We
will be adding a new chapter each week until it is complete. Go to the
Shabbat Siddur portion of our Kabbalah4All Siddur
to download it.
The six Parashiyot (portions) of the book of Shemot (Exodus): Shemot,
Va-eira, Bo, Beshalach, Yitro and Mishpatim, tell us the story of
the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt and symbolize the beginning
of a unique cosmic opening that lasts six weeks every year. The word
Shovavim means "wayward" like the verse: "Return,
wayward children, says Hashem." (Jeremiah 3:14) and is an acronym
made up of the first initial of each of the six weekly servings.
The kabbalists teach us that the Exodus story is a code and that
during these six weeks (42 days) there is a cosmic opening for personal
redemption. The Ari explains that the fall of Adam corrupted almost
everything in our physical world, resulting in human pain and suffering.
During the time of the Exodus, Moshe and the Israelites corrected
the most important aspects of this corruption. We should strive to
avoid anger and seek humility by shunning cynicism, frivolity, and
Here for a meditation for use during Shovavim.
During the period of Shovavim, we will have a special Arvit service every
Wednesday night @ 8:00 PM EST. Go to our EVENTS page
to join us.
The Rambam Kippah
We have just created a new Moroccan style kippah and have named in The
Rambam in honor of one of our greatest Sages, Maimonides. Click
to go to our Kippah DIVA Shop.
The word "tzedakah" in Hebrew means charity, but actually the
word is derived from the root word which means righteousness, justice
or fairness. Giving is not viewed as a generous act, it is simply an
act of righteousness and justice. Tzedakah is in many ways an exchange
of energy and is a visible expression of gratitude in this world for
that which we have received. We rely on the generosity of others so that
we may make our siddurim (prayer books) and other resources available
for all, as well as continue to offer meaningful studies and inspiring
services. Please help support our community by making a DONATION
You can also support us by ordering a kippah at KippahDIVA.com
We thank you in advance for your generosity.
We are in the process of transliterating and translating into English
all 150 Tehilim. We have recently added Tehilim 1-19. Go to the TEHILIM
of our Kabbalah4All Siddur
to pray the Tehilim.
Derech Hashem Study
Derech HaShem (The "Way of the Name") is a philosophical text
written in the 1730s by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto. It is considered
one of the quintessential handbooks of Jewish thought. The text covers
a vast gamut of philosophical topics in the vast spectrum of classical
Judaism's outlook on the world. These topics include: The purpose of
creation, the Creator, human responsibility, the spiritual realms, providence,
Israel and the nations, astrology, the human soul, theurgy, prophecy,
the study of Torah, prayer, and the function of mitzvah observance. We
will hold this class on Tuesdays at 8:30 PM EDT. See our Calendar
At the end of the Amidah, we whisper a verse from Scripture which is
associated with our Hebrew name. Would you like to know your Hebrew name
and the verse from the Tanach which is associated with your name? Or
would you like us to help you choose a Hebrew name and even have a certificate
with your Hebrew name and verse? Simply
for more information.