Us For Lag BaOmer
We will have a special Arvit service for Lag BaOmer on Thursday, April
29, 2021 at 8:00 PM EDT followed by the reading of the Ha Idra Zutra
from the Zohar. Go to our EVENTS page
to join us.
Beginning this Friday, April 30, 2021 our Kabbalat Shabbat services will
begin at 8:00 PM EDT. This will be our regular time during the summer
months for Friday nights. We will consider keeping it at this time all
year if everyone likes it better than the 7:30 PM time.
We begin the Counting of The Omer on the 2nd night of Pesach, March 28,
2021. Each night at 9:00 PM EDT we invite you to join our community for
the Counting of the Omer and a meditation from the 2nd night of Pesach
until Shavuot. For nights that there is already a scheduled event, the
Counting of the Omer will be at the end of that event. Click
Here to download our Seder Sefirat HaOmer.
REVISED - Tikun HaNefesh
We have just revised the Tikun HaNefesh with the advanced version. This
is also known as the Merkavah Meditation. Click Here to download it.
Holidays 5781 & 5782
We have just published an easy to follow table of all the Jewish holidays
for the years 5781 & 5782. Click
Here to get the Jewish Holiday Calendar.
The focus of this class will be Judaic Studies according to the Sephardic & Kabbalistic
traditions. It is an ideal class for conversion to Judaism or simply
to refresh information previously learned and also to connect with other
members of our congregation. There is no tuition fee for this class,
but each student is encouraged to donate
they can to Kabbalah4All. We will be broadcasting the class to YouTube
and Facebook. Only Zoom audio will be heard in the broadcast, we will
not be broadcasting the Zoom screen.
if you would like to attend via Zoom.
HaShirim - New Chapter Each Week y en Español
We have begun our transliteration and translation of Shir HaShirim in
both English and Spanish. We will be adding a new chapter each week until
it is complete. Go to the Shabbat Siddur portion of our Kabbalah4All
to download it.
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.
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.