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Shavuot All Night Tikkun

Thursday, May 25, 2023 5 Sivan 5783

8:00 PM - 6:00 AM Next DayChapel

As a sacred window in time, the holiday of Shavuot invites us into an experience of personal and communal revelation. More than a historical moment, the story of the Israelites receiving Torah at Mount Sinai is meant to be re-experienced by us as an opportunity to receive guidance around how to live our lives more “soulfully” - with a deeper sense of purpose and meaning.

We hope you will join us in any part of our l night journey using sacred texts, stories, meditation, and music to ascend the mountain of revelation to reveal a Torah that is personal, authentic, and life-giving. Sessions led by our clergy and congregants.  Enjoy delicious dairy desserts, snacks, and strong coffee throughout the evening.

This year’s learning theme is “Sacred Relationships: Opening To the Divine Through Each Other.”

8:00 PM - Maariv Service and Opening Ceremony

8:30 - Spiritual Friendship: The Opportunity To Bring Each Other Closer To God - Rabbi K’vod Wieder

9:30 - Mentoring Goes Both Ways: The Need For Intergenerational Partnerships - Steve Birch and Zachary Cavin

11:00 - Holy Envy: The Importance of Learning From Other Religious Traditions - Rabbi Marcia Tilchin

12:00 AM - Yetzer HaTov and Yetzer HaRa: Our Good and Evil Inclinations, A Sacred Relationship? - Rabbi Peter Levi

1:00 - Journeying With Your Angels: A Seven Direction Invocation Practice - Mikey Pauker

2:00 -  Opening of the Heavens

2:30 - The Sign Of The Covenant: The Special Relationship Between God and the Jewish People - Mark Adler

3:30 - Accepting Insanity As A Way to Sanity: Rabbi Nachman’s Story Of the Spoiled Grain - Rabbi K’vod

4:30 - Welcoming The Sunrise Drum Circle - Evan Wohl

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