Joy Comes in the Morning – A Special Offering for Sukkot
Wednesday, October 7, 9 – 10 a.m.
Presented by the Jewish Mindfulness
Center of St. Louis
Sukkot is known as “the Season of our Joy.” “Joy” is often thought of as a feeling that comes to us when we are blessed with good fortune or happy occasions. But according to Jewish traditions and mindfulness teachings, joy is actually a practice. Join with Rabbi Goldstein as we connect the rituals of Sukkot to joyful practices that we can incorporate into our lives each day.
To participate: Register for the Zoom meeting here.
Join Rabbi Andrea Goldstein for one or both of these unique weekly Mindfulness Meditation sits. Incorporating lessons from the weekly Torah portion, as well as stories, rituals and symbols of the season, Rabbi Goldstein leads participants in practices that open our hearts and minds to the possibility of continual growth and change. No meditation experience necessary.
Tuesday Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/88191952577
Tuesday Zoom Passcode: Y01EDQ
To Use Your Phone on Tuesdays:
Call in to the class over the phone by dialing the number +1 312 626 6799 and entering the following Meeting ID: 881 9195 2577
Thursday Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/88318100379
Thursday Zoom Passcode: bYA8nc
To Use Your Phone on Thursdays:
Call in to the class over the phone by dialing the number +1 312 626 6799 US and entering in the following Meeting ID: 883 1810 0379
During this continuing time of uncertainty, physical distancing and loss it can be powerful to gather (virtually) where song and prayer can express our deepest longings and hopes. Join Rabbi Andrea Goldstein and Lucy Greenbaum for a service that includes prayers for health and wellbeing, offerings of gratitude to health care and front-line workers and songs of peace for ourselves and all the world. Whether you are dedicating your prayers to a particular loved one, or simply wish to pray on behalf of the community, all are welcome at this brief and beautiful service.
To participate: Join our Zoom meeting here.