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Daniel Lev Shabbaton Weekend

Upcoming Sessions

1. Friday, August 20, 2021 12 Elul 5781

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

2. Saturday, August 21, 2021 13 Elul 5781

10:00 AM - 2:30 PM

3. Saturday, August 21, 2021 13 Elul 5781

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

4. Sunday, August 22, 2021 14 Elul 5781

10:00 AM

Daniel Lev Shabbaton Calendar of events:

Friday, 7/20/21, @6:30PM, Kabbalat Shabbat/Ma’ariv

  • Mostly singing service that follows less traditional davvening and nusach. People will be encouraged to sing, dance and engage in quiet, Jewish meditation
  • I will either give a drash or invite people to direct questions to me at the bimah
  • Oneg or meal afterward where we can schmooze.

Saturday, 7/21/21, @10AM, Shabbat Shacharit & Torah Reading

  • Singing service which follows more traditional davvening and nusach. People will be encouraged to sing, dance and engage in quiet, Jewish meditation
  • I’ll give a drash
  • Meal afterward where we can  schmooze.

Saturday, 7/21/21, @12:30PM, Lunch/Oneg

  • After meal, sing Birkat Hamzom and some zemirot

Saturday, 7/21/21, @1:30PM, Torah Study Group (Ki Tetsei)

  • @1-hour or so

Saturday, 7/21/21, @6:30PM, Shirtan: Jewish Meditation, Singing & Chanting evening followed by Havdalah

  • Possible mini-snacks and schmoozing after

Sunday, 7/22/21, @10AM, Co-Facilitate Family Activities

  • Lead songs, tell stories and contribute to general celebratory education

 
About Rabbi Daniel Lev:
 

Since the age of 21-years I have traveled along a path of Yiddishkeit that balances Keva/the Structure of Jewish Tradition with Kavana/Joyful Spirituality. After 36-years of serving various communities in northern California I moved to Hawaii in 2014 where I spent some limited time serving Kona Beth Shalom on the Big Island. My Jewish identity has been influenced by my teacher Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach (zt”l) who introduced me to a Jewish world of joy, song and deep meaning. In 2005, I formally received rabbinic ordination from a Beit Din of rabbis and from my other teacher, Rabbi Zalman Schachter- Shalomi (zt”l). Because I work with everybody, my Jewishness is trans-denominational in nature and combines Conservative and Jewish Renewal orientations with a large waffle-cone full of unorthodox Chassidut and a big pinch of humor. Over the years I have used my musical, storytelling and other skills to share with diverse communities an intentional, heart-centered approach to Jewish practices, values, rituals and learning. I look forward to meeting you all.

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