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A Singing Circle introducing 18 new melodies of the contemporary Jewish singing renaissance.
In collaboration with the SJCC Cultural Arts Program, Panim Hadashot will be doing a 6 week singing circle in contemporary Jewish song led by Michael Seidel, Rabbi Dov Gartenberg, and Ari Joshua, music director. The six weeks of singing 18 songs will culminate in a community wide Shabbat celebration of song, music, and feasting on 2/23/18. See the attached poster. Go to this link to register. LINK
Annual subscribers of Panim Hadashot get a 50% refund.
Enjoy stimulating Torah study with Rabbi Dov Gartenberg
- 2018 Schedule: 2nd and 4th Shabbat afternoon of the month from 1:00 to 2:30
- Dates through February 2018: 1/13, 1/27, 2/10, 2/24.
- Location: at Panim Hadashot-New Faces Gathering place in the Greenwood Neighborhood in North Seattle. 115 N. 85th St. Suite 202, Seattle 98103.
- Free. Open to the Public. Newcomers welcome. Light Refreshment Served.
- RSVP: Please RSVP by sending an email to email@example.com by the Friday before.
Open Torah Study explores the weekly Torah portion via traditional Jewish and modern commentaries aimed to engage the heart, challenge the mind, and stimulate the imagination. The sessions are led by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg.
Our explorations start from a love of Torah, but are also informed by a modern understanding about how the Torah has evolved and is historically conditioned. Both beginners and experienced students of the Torah will enjoy these sessions. Please bring a Humash (5 Books of the Pentateuch) if you have one. If it is your first time, feel free to contact Rabbi Gartenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rabbi Dov Gartenberg,
Convener, Panim Hadashot-New Faceshen: Friday Eve, December 15, 2017 7-9:30pm
Where: Works Progress Dining Room, 115 N. 85th St. Suite 202, Seattle 98103. Greenwood.
Who: : All ages, Open to the pubic. No charge. Please RSVP.
RSVP and sign up for the “Shabbatluck”. CLICK HERE. Please sign up before Friday, 12/15.
Supervised Play Room for Children: We will have a special room adjoining the dining hall for children 4 to 10 with supervision. Please RSVP HERE for your child.
“Hospitality is a bridge to all the great
virtues, but it is immediately accessible.
You don’t have to love or forgive or feel
compassion to extend hospitality. But
it’s more than an invitation. It is the
creation of a safe, inviting, trustworthy
space — an atmosphere as much as
a place. It shapes the experience to
follow. It creates the intention, the
spirit, and the boundaries for what
is possible. As creatures, it seems,
we imagine a homogeneity in other
groups that we know not to be there
in our own. But new social realities
are brought into being over time by a
quality of relationship between unlikely
combinations of people. When in doubt,
From Krista Tippett
Learn more about Panim Hadashot-New Faces Shabbat Hospitality Partnership Program at this LINK . You can host a Shabbat at your home with the Heart of Shabbat Ensemble and Rabbi Dov Gartenberg.
Join us for a vigorous discussion of the book, On Tyranny by Timothy Shnyder. Does the book help us during these chaotic times?
Join us for a discussion of the book, On Tyranny, by Timothy Shnyder facilitated by Rabbi Dov Gartenberg. The book written by a distinguished American author, historian and academic specializing in the history of Central and Eastern Europe, and the Holocaust. The book came out shortly after the election of Donald Trump and focused on the vulnerability of democratic republics to tyranny. It is a short book with very practical advice on how to resist tyranny. This is the book of the month for Panim Hadashot organized by the Facing the Radical Future Reading group.
Anyone who has read the book is welcome to join us for the discussion.