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2023 Schwartz-Goldstein Lecture and Kehilat Shabbat
Who do we want to be in our daily lives? Join Rabbi Myriam Klotz after a special Saturday morning Kehilat Shabbat service to learn about the Jewish spiritual tools that can help us find greater meaning in the details of our lives.
Grounding ourselves in Passover themes, we’ll explore the rich Jewish tradition of tikkun middot — working on the self. We will think deeply about how we can transform — through living — into the versions of ourselves we want to be, how to work with obstacles when they arise, and how to develop compassion and curiosity towards ourselves and each other.
Includes a complimentary luncheon. The Shabbat morning service will also be available via livestreaming on our website at swfs.org/live.
This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Schwartz-Goldstein Lecture Fund.
About Rabbi Myriam Klotz:
Rabbi Myriam Klotz is a senior core faculty member at the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. For over 20 years, they have served on the core faculty of retreat-based training and practice cohorts with IJS, teaching embodied yoga and spiritual practice, mindfulness and spiritual direction to clergy and lay leaders. In addition, Myriam has worked extensively with Jewish seminaries including the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, the Jewish Theological Seminary, and Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion to develop and implement spiritual direction programs.Category: Adults, Adult Education, Adult Shabbat Morning, Shabbat, Shabbat Saturday, Shabbat Afternoon, Religious Services and Holidays, Featured Events