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Tu B'Shevat

A Virtual Kabbalistic
Tu B'Shevat Seder for Adults
Wednesday, January 27 
at 7:00 pm

Tu B’Shevat has taken on many new and modern meanings, each of which has added new layers, but this PowerPoint 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.  There is no seder booklet; this will be a PowerPoint presentation.  If you are able to purchase Tu B'Shevat seder essentials for the four glasses of wine/juice, fruits, nuts and food, please use this shopping list as a guide. You are welcome to remain on Zoom after the seder to enjoy a snack, meal or dessert together.

Zoom, Meeting ID:  98431934250; contact the synagogue office for the password.


Cooking with Murray & Tova - Special Tu B'Shevat Edition
Thursday, January 28
at 7 pm

Cooking with Murray and Tova under the direction of Zoom master Chad Cohen presents a culinary celebration of the 15th day of Shevat with recipes featuring the 7 species. They will be creating  Quick Fig BallsDate SquaresBarley Salad and 7 Species Muffins. Click on the items to get the recipes that will be rendered by Tova Cohen and Murray Berkowitz during the class!

Zoom, Meeting ID# 8646 867 0994, contact the synagogue office for the password. Check out past recipes here or watch video demonstrations on our YouTube Channel.


Tu B’Shevat Grow and Glow
Wednesday, January 27
at 4:30 pm

Join us for the next program in our Holiday Chavayot (experiences) to make your very own terrarium that will grow during the day and glow at night! We will learn about the holiday and then open our kits and make the terrarium together. Learn more and register here.


ATID Havdallah &
Tu B’Shevat in the Kitchen
Saturday, January 23
at 6:30 pm

ATID will join together on Zoom as we end Shabbat with Havdallah and then Hedy Milgrom will show us a recipe that will highlight the carob as we bake chocolate babka. Everyone participating will receive a package delivered to their home on Friday, January 22 containing all the ingredients you need for the evening (except for 1/4 butter and 1 egg) along with other Tu B’Shevat goodies, but you must REGISTER ONLINE by January 17. This program is FREE and open to all young adults in their 20’s and 30’s. Friends are always welcome! Zoom in, Meeting ID# 949 2724 8247, password will be provided in our synagogue emails. Contact Shani Kadis to learn more.

Tue, May 11 2021 29 Iyyar 5781