Join us for a musical, soulful, chant-based journey into the heart of Shabbat. Led by Asiyah’s Rabbi David, Hebrew College rabbinic intern Sam Tygiel, and community musicians, we’ll follow the arc of the Friday-night prayer service, creating an oasis in time where we can release the week and refresh our spirits.
After services, we’ll make kiddush and, weather permitting, have a brief snack and schmooze outside.
Location & accessibility
We’ll be gathering in the social hall of a church near Davis Square. Please register to receive the address. The location is ADA accessible, with all-gender bathrooms. If you have further questions about accessibility, please be in touch at email@example.com.
Masks will be required at all times during the service. All participants must be fully vaccinated (i.e., having received as many doses as you’re eligible for, including a booster shot). When you register, you’ll be asked to confirm your vaccination status.+ More... - Less...
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