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Tu B'Av Shabbaton Weekend August 15-18

Thursday, August 15, 2019 14 Av 5779

All Day for 3 Days

Go to the bottom of the page for the full schedule and Shabbat Dinner reservations. 

We are looking forward to a lovely (Tu B'Av is the Holiday of Love) Shabbaton weekend. A full and fun weekend of praying, learning, and celebrating with visiting Rabbi, Shalom Bochner. We have festivities planned for the whole weekend, and we hope you will mark your calendar to attend everything you can. Please register below for what you can so we can plan seating and food. Of course, you are also welcome to join at the last minute, but the more we can plan ahead, we would appreciate it. 

Click here for Rabbi Sholom's Bio

Register Here for August 17th Friday Night Shabbat Dinner: (limited to 50 guests)

Join us for an evening of community and camaraderie. 
Bring your family and friends for a service at 5:45pm...
followed by a delicious homemade Shabbat dinner at 7:15.
(Vegan and Gluten Free options available)

Make a Donation Here: (Please help us pay for the "free"meals we are providing on Saturday and Sunday)

We are fighting to keep Judaism alive on Maui...Please give what you can to help us keep our doors open.

Full Schedule:

Thursday August 15 @ 6:00pm: 2460 Omaopio Rd., Kula 96790

"Tu B'Av: the ancient Jewish Holiday of Love"

Join us for an informal vegetarian potluck at the home of Janine Holstein and have an opportunity to meet with our visiting scholar in residence, Rabbi Shalom Bochner. He will present about the obscure and beautiful holiday of Tu B'Av which is the full moon of late summer. Together we'll sing some songs together, have a Q&A with Rabbi Shalom, and learn about about this uplifting and joyful aspect of our Jewish heritage!

 

Friday August 16 @ 5:45pm

“Moving From Brokenness to Reconnection" 

Join us for Musical Kabbalat Shabbat  as we welcome the day of rest and renewal with songs and guitar. This will be followed by a full catered Shabbat Dinner and "Tish." Tish, which is Yiddish for "table," is a Hasidic celebration and festive gathering focused on songs, words of wisdom, stories, noshing, and shmoozing. Please RSVP for the dinner here...Services are open to everyone. Family-Friendly

Saturday August 17 @ 9:30am

"Nourishment for the Body and Soul"

Rabbi Shalom will lead joyful Shabbat Morning Services including an interactive Torah discussion. Come experience a Shabbat morning service that will touch your soul.  Followed by Kiddush light lunch and Torah study as we mark Shabbat Nachamu: the Shabbat of comfort that begins the 7 week journey to the days of awe!

Saturday, August 17 @ 6:30pm

"Repairing the heart through story and song"

A family-friendly Third Meal of Shabbat followed by Havdalah.  We'll gather as the sun sets for more wonderful stories and singing as we prepare to welcome a new week. Rabbi Shalom is a gifted story-teller and these Hasidic tales each have their own soulful messages. This is a special all-ages event open to everyone. 

Register

Join us for an evening of community and camaraderie. 
Bring your family and friends for a service at 5:45pm...
followed by a delicious homemade Shabbat dinner at 7:15.
(Vegan and Gluten Free options available)
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