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Deepening Your Jewish Experience

This course was offered in Winter/Spring, 2013.

Do you pray that you might be able to pray? Do you bless your food with gratitude that a stooped worker picked it for you? Do you breathe in the rest of the Sabbath with ecstatic peace? Or, do you just wish you could?

Join Rabbi Creditor to explore how you can deepen your personal Jewish practice. We will explore three key areas: Shabbat, food, and prayer. Come exactly as you are and honestly determine what you would like MORE of in your life. Each person will be on their own journey but will share their questions and challenges.

Bring a thoughtful friend.

Schedule

# Sessions
3
Date & time

Wednesdays, April 17 - May 1
7:30 pm

Tuition
$20 for the public
Free for members
Session Time Days Location Instructors
Apr 17 7:30 PM–9:00 PM Wed Netivot Shalom Rabbi Menachem Creditor
Apr 24 7:30 PM–9:00 PM Wed Netivot Shalom Rabbi Menachem Creditor
May 01 7:30 PM–9:00 PM Wed Netivot Shalom Rabbi Menachem Creditor

Location

Congregation Netivot Shalom

1316 University Avenue

Berkeley, CA 94702

510-549-9447

Instructors

Rabbi Menachem Creditor

Rabbi Menachem Creditor Rabbi Menachem Creditor serves as spiritual leader of Congregation Netivot Shalom in Berkeley. He is founder of ShefaNetwork: The Conservative Movement Dreaming from Within, co-founder of KeshetRabbis: The Alliance of Gay-Friendly Conservative/Masorti Rabbis, and author of TheTisch: a Jewish Spiritual commentary. A published author and popular speaker on questions of Jewish Identity, Leadership, and Spirituality, and one half of Shirav, a Jewish folk-music group, he regularly visits communities around North America and Israel. Rabbi Creditor earned his master's in Jewish Education and rabbinic ordination from The Jewish Theological Seminary of America.