Teshuvah Workshop

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Teshuvah Workshop

Develop your spiritual action plan for 5783!

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About this event

Join us for this year's Teshuva Workshop, led by Rabbi David Jaffe.

The second session will take place on September 29th, 7-9 pm et

No problem at all if you missed the first session on 9/19. Within a few days of your registration, we'll send you a recording of the first session, along with zoom info and materials.

Emerge from the workshop with inspiration for the high holy days, a spiritual action plan for the year, and spiritual technologies for living a holy life. The workshop draws on wisdom from the Mussar and Chassidic traditions within Judaism, and helps participants articulate their path and plan for spiritual development throughout the year.

Closed captioning will be available.

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Rabbi David Jaffe is the founder of the Kirva Institute and leads the Inside Out Wisdom and Action Project. He is the author of Changing the World from the Inside Out: A Jewish Approach to Personal and Social Change, which won the National Jewish Book Award for Contemporary Jewish life.

His teaching, writing, organizing and consulting explore the intersection of moral and spiritual development and ethical action in the world. He teaches Mussar (applied Jewish ethics) and Jewish spiritual wisdom widely throughout North America with organizational and social change leaders, educators and spiritual seekers of all ages.

David was a founding board member of Avodah: The Jewish Service Corps and helped start the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization, an IAF affiliate. He has a masters in social work from Columbia University and private rabbinic ordination from Israel. He is a senior faculty member with the Mussar Institute, a visiting research fellow at Boston University and adjunct faculty at the Hebrew College Rabbinical School. David serves on the Board of Directors of the Brockton Interfaith Community and lives in Sharon, MA with his partner, Janette and two teenage boys.

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