Walking the Jewish Spiritual Path 2014
A collaboration of Rabbi Jill Zimmerman and Rabbi Cindy Enger
Sacred Texts, Poetry and Mindfulness Practices
Come Learn With Us in Person or Online!
4-session Webinar Series and In-Person Courses
We are delighted to invite you to learn with us!
We are pleased to announce several unique opportunities to study together during this season of journey and transformation. The Counting of the Omer is a powerful time, and we have designed a four-session course, available both online and in person. This course will support and deepen our knowledge, awareness and spiritual practices. We will also explore in depth some of the central themes of the spiritual journey.
Session 1: Working with the Journey’s First Steps
Session 2: Working with the Wilderness Experience, part 1: Encountering the Unknown
Session 3: Working with the Wilderness Experience, part 2: Finding Friends and Faith
Session 4: Working with Arriving: Bringing it all together
REGISTER NOW FOR:
Walking the Jewish Spiritual Path: Sacred Texts, Poetry
and Mindfulness Practices
Live Online Course
Cost – $72 for all four sessions
Thursday evenings, 7- 8 pm Pacific time
May 15 | May 22 | May 29 and June 5 (2014)
Each session will be recorded so that if you are unable to make a class you will have access to the recording.
Los Angeles (please note date change):
Join Rabbi Jill Zimmerman for her in-person class at a private home in West LA
Wednesday evenings, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Pacific Time
May 14 | May 21 | May 28| June 4 (2014)
(class already underway)*
Join Rabbi Cindy Enger for her in-person class at Congregation Or Chadash
Wednesday evenings, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Central time
May 7 | May 21 (2014)
* you are welcome to join this course
For more information, contact Rabbi Cindy: email@example.com
*** As a bonus ***
We will be hosting a private Facebook group for all on-line and in-person class participants as an additional opportunity to share insights, ask questions and make new friends.
Blessings to you on this new day. We are delighted to journey together.
Rabbi Jill Zimmerman and Rabbi Cindy Enger