Ruach HaYam, in partnership with Congregation Am Tikva and with co-sponsorship from Keshet and Congregation Eitz Chayim, is presenting our third annual full day Shabbat retreat for LGBTQ Jews and friends and family.
“Full Spectrum Judaism: the Gift of the Rainbow” is the theme for this year’s Retreat.
We bring you a full but centered and restful day of integrating queer and Jewish identities and connecting with friends through davening, eating, and learning.
We gather in the morning for Shabbat services, followed by a catered kosher lunch, afternoon workshops, Havdalah, and a light third meal. You will find details about workshops, exact times, and registration here
You may also register by going here directly: http://tinyurl.com/pjepwo6
Pre-registration is required. There is a moderate fee to cover the food costs. The retreat is all volunteer led and is directed by Penina Weinberg.
MBTA Accessible, ramp accessible, all-gender bathrooms, and certified Kosher food!
Artwork credit: Used by permission of the artist Rae Antonoff www.RaeAnDesigns.com or facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RaeAnDesigns
Event Location: Eitz Chayim
136 Magazine St., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139
* Registration closes on October 14th
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