THE JEWISH PATH: COVENANT AND MITZVAH
What is distinctive about the Jewish path? What makes it more than seeking to be a good person, and to connect with community and spirituality?
Two keys to this path are the Jewish covenant, and the way of mitzvah. The covenant is our sacred partnership that calls us to make the world more compassionate and just.
Mitvzahs are the active steps we take on this pathway, founded in learning, community, and connection with the sacred.
How does, or might, this pathway speak to you?
Rabbi Bridget will lead us in exploring key elements of the Jewish pathway in an open environment in which no assumptions are made about prior Jewish knowledge.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 21, 7:00-9:00pm, participant's home in North Berkeley. Address given upon registration.
WHO: All are welcome. No experience is necessary, and you don't have to be Jewish to draw on the riches of Jewish wisdom!
HOW: The fee for the session is $25.
QUESTIONS? Contact Rabbi Bridget Wynne at email@example.com or 510-410-0622.
SERIES: This is part of a 15-session series, JUDAISM FOR GROWNUPS: SMALL BITES FOR BUSY PEOPLE, taught by Rabbi Bridget Wynne. In it we explore, interpret, and wrestle with the compelling stories, provocative ideas, and rich traditions that make Judaism a distinct approach to becoming a more mindful and moral human being.
You are welcome to come for one session, a few, or all -- your choice.
WHEN & WHERE: The class meets twice monthly, on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 7:00-9:00pm, November - June. The dates and topics are at the bottom of this page.