Tu B'Shevat Seder


Sunday, January 20 at 7:00 pm


Tu B’Shevat has taken on many new and modern meanings, each of which has added new layers. This seder will follow closely the original, traditional Kabbalistic seder. Kabbalists understand an upside-down tree to be a metaphor for the way that God’s light flows into the world. Through ritual, song, meditation and food, the seder seeks to celebrate the ten sephirot (aspects of God) through which God’s blessings flow and to bring that shefa (flow) down upon ourselves to cause our lives and world to blossom. No knowledge of Kabbalah is necessary. The seder includes four glasses of wine, fruits, nuts and a sumptuous dessert.

$10 per person (program subsidized in part by the Weingold Adult Learning Fund). RSVP to the synagogue office.


Date and Time: 
Sunday, January 20, 2019 - 7:00pm
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