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  • 10:30 AM
  • Online

By Shoshana Fainsilber Start your morning by moving your body to music, as you release yourself into the spirit of Shabbat. Being in tune with how your body needs to move and increasing your repertoire of movements with others is healing and energizing. We’ll start with slow music, build to a higher energy and return…

  • 7:00 PM

Join Rabbi Dara Lithwick, Eden Nameri and the Board of Directors for stories, blessings and songs to celebrate Chanukah for about half an hour. Email shirlibeynuzoom@gmail.com to register.

  • 3:00 PM

Move your body to music, as you release yourself into the spirit of Yom Kippur. Dancing to healing and enjoyable music will energize your body and mind. We’ll start with slow music, build to a higher energy and return to a slower pace, feeling revitalized and calm. The movements will include mirroring and individual self-expression….

  • 9:30 AM
  • Zoom

Start your morning by moving your body to music, as you release yourself into the spirit of Shabbat. Being in tune with how your body needs to move and increasing your repertoire of movements with others is healing and energizing. We’ll start with slow music, build to a higher energy and return to a slower pace,…

  • 7:30 PM
  • Zoom

This session is being led by Harvey Weisfeld, a long time Shir Libeynu member and choir participant.  Harvey has been a student and practitioner of Zen meditation in its various forms for the past 13 years.  Professionally Harvey’s work aims to bring a deeper consciousness to the role of business in supporting social change. Through…

  • 7:30 PM
  • Zoom

“Am I welcome here?” “Is there a place for me?” “Is this community my spiritual home?” Such are questions asked by those possessing physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual challenges. And such are questions encountered by gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons. For millennia, our Jewish tradition has endeavoured to respond to the needs of those in…

  • 4:00 PM
  • Online

There’s a tradition that Jews are to recite a hundred blessings a day. And while this might be an ambitious number for most, one could certainly make the case that engaging with gratitude, even or especially in these troublesome times, benefits both us and others. In this workshop, among the everyday Jewish gratitude practices we’ll explore…

  • 7:30 PM
  • Online

The concept of tikkun halev in Judaism refers to the repair and opening of our hearts. For trauma survivors, this can be a big ask, but there are opportunities where we least expect it. In this presentation and discussion, Judith will share the story of her journey from rejecting her identity as a Jew as a result of…

  • 10:30 AM
  • Online

By Penny Winestock During these turbulent times it can be a challenge to connect, both with each other and with our own hearts. We’ll use simple yet powerful tools from our own and other wisdom traditions to relieve some of the loss and uncertainty we face, and to remind us of possibility. You might be…