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This Sunday: the CNS Ritual Fair!


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CNS Ritual Committee & Adult Education Present:
The CNS Ritual Fair!
This Sunday, Jan. 26, 9-12:30

Want to learn how to....

 

... lift a Torah?

... lead some davening?

... sing a Shabbat song at home?

... take on a new mitzvah?

 

The CNS Ritual Fair is a great opportunity for members to learn and teach each other the "how-to's" of Jewish practice! Come for a part, stay for the whole experience - every mitzvah is yours for the learning!

 

9am - tefilin workshop/how-to (CNS Library)

9:30 - Sunday Morning minyan

10:00(ish) - 10:30 nosh n' schmooze

also at 10am -- "Out of the Mouths of Babes "-- What exactly are Netivot Shalom's Preschool children chanting at morning circle time?  How do the songs go and what do they mean?  Join Rabbi Dorothy Richman for interactive learning as we delve into adult discussions about some of the blessings our children say each day.  (This is the first of three sessions, followed by sessions on February 23 and March 9.)

10:30 - Other Sessions begin (rotations until 12:30) including:

  • How to lift & dress the Torah
  • How to have an aliyah
  • how to blow shofar
  • and more! (if you'd like to learn a particular ritual, it's not too late to ask! Just show up and speak with Claire, who will help you on your Jewish journey!)

for more information about the ritual life at Netivot Shalom, please email Claire Sherman, CNS RItual Committee Chair, at ritualchair@netivotshalom.org!




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