Here Comes the Sun! A Solstice Celebration to Stay in the Mystical Light of Hope

Dates: Saturday, June 20th
Time: 8 pm EDT (5 pm PDT)
Cost: Pay-what-you-can
Led by: Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael and friends

The sun is a steady source of power and light, driving our cycles and seasons. The reappearance of the sun after darkness can inspire us as we waken to its rays of joy, growth and hope. Let’s harness that energy for good. Join us for an evening of prayer, music, poetry, art and teachings on the sun. We will focus on the brilliance of the spiritual light as we make the latest Havdalah of the year.

Julie Dean: Teaching on Kohelet Rabah 1:10 
Merle Feld: Poetry, A Moment of Happiness
Sheila Firestone: Morning Dew 
Rabbi Jack Gabriel: In the Light 
Rabbi Shefa Gold: Invocation 
Katy Ibur: Astrology reading of the day
Deborah Katchko-Gray: Shir Shalom 
Rabbi Myriam Klotz: Torah Yoga – Creative Sun Salutation 
LeahAliza Lee: Ladino song, En El Café Del Amanacer 
Rabbi Jane Litman: From the Extreme to Balance: Beginning the Journey to the Equinox 
Rabbi Jonathan Seidel: Magic, Ritual and the Solstice: The Jewish Renewal Version
Rabbi David Seidenberg 
Rabbi Hanna Tiferet Siegel: The Sun Is Rising Malakhi 3:20 

Proceeds will go to:ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal, which has been greatly affected by the pandemicThe Jewish Together Campaign which is providing living saving supplies for frontline workers in Jewish nursing homes, hospices, home care centers whose elderly clients have suffered devastating fatalities due to the coronavirusThe Poor Peoples’ Campaign for Moral Change
Register online here for Here Comes the Sun!

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