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Service Descriptions

Makom Shabbat Shalom:

Friday nite Shabbat service and potluck where we gather to sing, sigh, breathe and share a meal together. A joyful respite from the “doing” of the week to the “being” of Shabbat.Through music, quiet contemplative space, and the wisdom of Torah, we invite you to join us in the sacred carved space of Shabbat. Many of us yearn for experiences that can enrich our lives so we can live with more gratitude, compassion, kindness and love. It is our intention that our Shabbat services can transport us to this place of connection and meaning. We hope you will join us

Friday evenings @6:30 for singing and prayer; Potluck supper to follow;

please bring a vegetarian/dairy dish.

Dates: 2nd Friday of every month: October 9th, November 13, December 11, February 5th March 11th, April 8th, May 13th, June 10. Location: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 236 South Bedford Rd Mt Kisco NY 10549. Cost: $25

Makom Shalom Baboker : Morning Prayer Walk

Many people have enjoyed making God’s sanctuary our own. We will walk, talk, sing and pray and have some contemplative space for communing with nature, the Source of our Creation. Bring layers, sunscreen, bug repellent, water and your soul. Walks on Saturdays/Sundays 10:30-12; Cost $ 18; watch for future dates; Rosh Hashanah 2nd Day Prayer Walk Tuesday Sept 15 10:30-12 Pruyn Sanctuary Millwood Road, Chappaqua NY

Makom Kadosh: A Holy Place:

A sacred gathering of prayer, song & ritual for healing of body and healing of spirit;
respite from unrest; a sanctuary to sigh, and a place of remembrance for a loved one on their yahrzeit.

Cost: $25; location provided upon rsvp

Makom Torah: Text Study:
Saturday mornings

A pathway to garner wisdom, guidance and inspiration from our sacred text. We’ll read and discuss the Torah portion of the week. No prior knowledge required.

Saturday mornings: . 10:30-12pm; Cost $25; location provided upon rsvp.

Makom Beit Midrash:

A place of study and exploration; classes on the Torah, spirituality, ethics, kabbalah, holidays and prayer.

Makom Shalom Soulful Chant Circles:

Hebrew chant is a form of prayer and meditation that includes the melodic and rhythmic repetition of a sacred phrase. For many this has become an important spiritual practice to open the doors of the heart, quiet the mind, awaken our inner wisdom and to viscerally embody the words of our tradition. When we allow a chant to lead us into the silence that follows, we have an opportunity to listen for the voice of the Divine within us.
The practice of Hebrew chant has created a pathway for many to understand the deeper significance of our inherited tradition, and to create a bridge of personal meaning & connection to the text.*
Chanting does not require knowledge of Hebrew nor confidence in one’s “singing” voice. Only a desire to engage and to open your heart.
JCC in Manhattan dates: Tuesdays-September 8, October 13, November 10 and December 8th; Westchester Chant Circles: Wed august 19