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Pray it Forward: God, Gratitude, and Gathering Together
Rabbi Ricki Lobel
April 16, 23, 30
May 7, 15, 21
Sundays, except for Monday, May 15
1:00 pm-2:30 pm PT
Prayer provides a means to express gratitude. Prayer can be silent. Prayer can be communal. Prayer expresses our deepest needs and appreciation.
This course follows the development of prayer, from the Tabernacle in the wilderness of Sinai, to the Temple in Jerusalem, to the synagogue of today. It also explores concepts behind prayer and blessings, as well as the power of meditation, as we link our past, present, and future to the immediate and transcendent. This is a journey of the soul—start today.
Table of Contents
Lesson 1: On a Wing and a Prayer: Why People Pray
Lesson 2: Minyans, Mishkans, and the Mobile Community
Lesson 3: Breathing Life into Berakhot, and Berakhot into Life
Lesson 4: Intention, Connection, and Introspection
Lesson 5: Praying the Part: Special Prayers for Ordinary Days
Lesson 6: Shal-Ohm: Mysticism, Meditation, and Meaning
All courses require a minimum number of learners to proceed.
Hit "Sacramento" as Region
Registration Fee: $179
$160 for Young Adults (20s/30s) and Young at Heart (70+) Applied at Checkout
Contact Mehrnaz Halimi for additional information on financial assistance.
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