Balancing Abundance & Fragility through Sacred Chant, Experiential Learning & Celebration
After the intensity and depth of the High Holy Days, Jewish wisdom tradition blesses us with Sukkot ~ a festival of joy and celebration of bounty. Outside, in our sukkot/booths, where we can see the sky above through the canopy of this temporary structure, we acknowledge both the abundant richness and tender fragility of our lives. In gratefulness, we feast on the harvest, while inviting the wind and weather into our delicate abode. This is a full moon holiday, when we celebrate the fullness of life and notice its waxing and waning as well. It is from this place of awareness that we will cultivate gratitude and reap blessings. Participants are invited to experience the entire Shabbaton or just one component of this extraordinary opportunity to learn from one of America’s “most inspiring Rabbis.”
Event registration is required. Registration closes September 30, 2015, but splace may still be available by contacting Peggy Berger at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions? Please contact Peggy Berger, Lead Organizer, Little Minyan Kehilla email@example.com.
Friday October 2: Kabbalat Shabbat Services with Oneg; Time: 7:30 – 9:30 pm; Location: Little Minyan Kehilla at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2070 Ridgecliff Road, 43221
Saturday, October 3: Shacharit/Morning Service, Lunch, and Workshop: Torah as a Journey; Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.; Location: Antrim Park Shelter House, 5800 Olentangy River Road 43085
Saturday October 3: Havdalah and Sukkot Workshop: Gratefulness; Time: 7:30 – 9:00 pm; Location: Temple Israel, 5419 East Broad Street 43213
Sunday, October 4: Sukkot: Delving into the Four Directions; Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm; Location: Private home – location provided to those who have registered.