The holiday of Shavuot commemorates the receiving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. For many in our community, some of the most revelatory and powerful spiritual moments take place through song... and so this year we've decided to devote our Tikkun Leil Shavuot (our learning session on the eve of Shavuot) to singing together. We'll sing some classic favorites and also learn new music, tisch-style. If you love to learn, enjoy singing and harmonizing, and/or are seeking a taste of transcendence, please plan to add your voice to the mix. Plus, we can sweeten the deal with the promise of some delectable dairy desserts!
This monthly program is for families - parents and kids all together. It is appropriate for children in preschool and elementary school (younger and older siblings are also welcome, but the content will be targeted specifically for that age range).
We strongly encourage you to sign up for the series - we're trying to build a sense of community here, and the more you come, the more you'll get out of it. There is an option to sign up for individual sessions if you can't commit to the series.
All are welcome to join Kavana's monthly Shabbat morning minyan. Please RSVP for each service so that we can have a heads up on how many people to expect and set up for.
Want to read Torah, lead part of the service or give a d'var torah? We'd love to have you - just contact us.
Join us as we welcome shabbat with a liberal, multi-generational service that promises to be very musical, joyful and accessible. End your busy week and celebrate Shabbat with an experience that will relax and renew. This service will be led by Rabbi Sydney Danziger, with musical (guitar) accompaniment. All are welcome.
Join us at 6:30-7pm for a little post-workweek nosh, with the service beginning at 7pm at a Queen Anne location.
Our current book is "A Horse Walks Into a Bar" by author, David Grossman. This novel is about the life of an Israeli stand-up comic, as revealed in the course of one evening's comedy performance.
All are invited to join us for this discussion. Participants take turns hosting these gatherings, so please be sure to RSVP in order to receive location details.
If your child has not participated in our Gan (Hebrew Immersion Preschool) or any of our other school-age programs, please be sure to send us a quick note before registering so that we can make sure this week long camp will be a good fit for your kiddo.