Now that you know your Aleph from your Bet,

you want to delve more deeply into the joys and mysteries of HEBREW GRAMMAR.

CHADEISH YAMEINU JEWISH RENEWAL

is forming a new class, to be co-sponsored with Temple Beth El

Wednesdays at 11:00 am - 12:30 pm:

Nov. 16, Nov. 30, Dec. 7, Dec. 14 & Dec. 21

The intent is that this class will continue to study on its own after these initial sessions.

*** PLEASE OBTAIN A COPY OF "THE FIRST HEBREW PRIMER" BY EKS PUBLISHING.

You may also wish to get a copy of the accompanying Answer Key book.

(NOTE: you can order directly from EKS Publishing. There may also be used copies available on Amazon.

If you would like to take this class, but cannot afford the book at this time, please contact Rabbi Eli, as some limited scholarships may be available).

PREREQUISITE:

You must be able to read Hebrew.

COST FOR THIS SERIES:

$30 - $50 for members of Chadeish Yameinu or Temple Beth El

($55 - $75 general public)

(note - no one will be turned away for lack of funds)

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO RSVP:

Contact Rabbi Eli at: rebeli@sbcglobal.net

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Rabbi Eli, Etiel Herring and Deborah Allen invite you to Etiel’s home on Monday, December 19th, 7-9 pm, for a "Spiritual Calling In of Chanukah" with stories from your lives, and some prompts from us on what we might do for ourselves and our families and friends to deepen the root relatedness around this time of year, the dark and the light, and this particular Jewish story.

Feel free to invite friends and ..................please rsvp to rebeli@sbcglobal.net.

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Friday, November 11

7:45 pm

Many in the community are having strong feelings about the elections. There are many people who have expressed to me that they are literally grieving, or anxious, or depressed. I am sure that there are also some who are hopeful about the changes to come.

Glancing through my emails and Facebook, one friend has suggested giving ourselves a day of grief and mourning, as in a shiva. Others have quoted Rebbe Nachman of Bratslov's teachings about never giving in to despair. Another friend sugguested that we re-double our commitment to our values by by giving to causes and organizations that promote our values, such as those that engage in healh-care in minority communities or assist needy immigrant families.

I am calling a "Sacred Listening Circle" for this coming Friday, at the start of our Shabbat gathering. (7:45 pm at the Vets Hall, 846 Front Street in downtown Santa Cruz). This will give us a time to be together, to share what is on our hearts and to truly listen to each other, as we find our way through this new reality.

B'shalom,

Rabbi Eli

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