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Beth Israel Presents Elul Master Series: In Residence with Neshama Carlebach
Tuesday, August 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until Tuesday, August 24, 2021
Beth Israel Presents Elul Master Series:
In Residence with Neshama Carlebach
Each year, the ascent through Elul does its magic – affording us time and space for intentional focus to shake old bitterness from our hands and hearts. During the month which precedes our Days of Awe, we itemize the ways in which we want to change and teshuvah (turning/repentance). Every year the work is different because we are different. We bring this year’s version of ourselves to the work at hand.
This year, as we try to make sense of a new normal, we are providing a rich series to help focus our intention as we prepare to enter 5782. We are blessed to have Neshama Carlebach in [virtual] residence with us to facilitate this unique journey. Each session, Neshama will be joined by one of our clergy, as each session will build upon the next, as they will all offer rich texts, inspiring and soulful music, and thoughtful perspectives.
Join us for this powerful series – not to miss!
Title: Returning Again: Who We Are – What We Are – Where We Are
Returning Again speaks beautifully about the process of Teshuvah (turning/repentance)
Aug. 10 – Session I: Who We Are: Neshama Carlebach in Conversation with Rabbi Cantor Arlene Bernstein
Aug. 17 – Session II: What We Are: Neshama Carlebach in Conversation with Rabbi Jeremy Gimbel
Aug. 24 – Session III: Where We Are: Neshama Carlebach in Conversation with Rabbi Jason and Nicole Nevarez
Neshama Carlebach is an award-winning singer, songwriter and educator who has performed and taught in cities around the world. A winner and four-time Independent Music Awards Nominee for her most current release, Believe, Neshama has sold over one million records, making her one of today’s best-selling Jewish artists in the world. Neshama has been a cornerstone of major Jewish music festivals across the U.S. and globally, performing in front of thousands at countless concerts and gatherings for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. As a teenager she performed alongside her father, the late Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. As the first then-Orthodox woman of her generation to perform for a mixed-gender audience, Neshama has sparked public conversations with brave forays into the place of women in Judaism and today’s world. Neshama lives in New York with her husband Rabbi Menachem Creditor, and their five children.
There is no fee, but please RSVP for planning purposes. This event is held virtually on Zoom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event. For more information, contact Program Director Ilene Tatro at firstname.lastname@example.org.