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Family Kabbalat Shabbat and Musical Kabbalat Shabbat via Zoom

Friday, April 9, 2021 -
4:45pm to 7:00pm

Friday, April 9, 4:45-5:30Family Kabbalat Shabbat  with Tzuria & Micha’el, followed at 5:30 by a Musical Kabbalat Shabbat infused with Kirtan elements with Rabbi Hannah + Special Guest Andrew Hahn, The Kirtan Rabbi

REGISTRATION for any Friday night in April
PHONE: Call 669-900-6833, enter meeting ID 833 7516 3002, passcode 949984

On Friday, April 9, Tzuria Malpica and Micha’el Miller will once again bring in Shabbat with songs, storytelling, and engaging content for all ages. At 5:30, we’ll light candles, bridging from the family service to our Kabbalat Shabbat led by Rabbi Hannah and our special musical guest, Andrew Hahn, the Kirtan Rabbi*. Invite your friends, family, children, parents, grandparents, grandchildren, neighbors, and pets!

About these family services: Tzuria and Micha’el create a welcoming atmosphere for families and friends to bring in Shabbat with songs, storytelling, and engaging content for all ages, backgrounds, and faiths. With the flexibility of enjoying services from your home (snuggled under a blanket), we encourage members and families to invite their loved ones to join us once a month, now through April, for Family Kabbalat Shabbat with this dynamic duo. April 9 is the last in the series.

Maggidah Tzuria Malpica & Micha'el Miller are Colorado-based Jewish educators, storytellers, and musicians. Together, they weave their diverse backgrounds and love of Judaism into services that are as soulful and high as they are down to Earth! Their hope is to bring peace and joy to families and children, while encouraging deep, meaningful connections.

Rabbi Andrew Hahn, Ph.D. (affectionately: Reb Drew), is known as both the Kirtan Rabbi and — depending upon which phone booth he exits — also as the Tai Chi Rabbi. He has pioneered Kirtan in the Jewish world, criss-crossing the globe to offer communal call-and-response chant concerts and meditation seminars. He has been teaching tai chi and related arts for decades. In his workshops, he seamlessly combines chant, movement, meditation and text study into a positive, holistic experience. Reb Drew holds a Ph.D. In Jewish Philosophy from the Jewish Theological Seminary as well as rabbinic ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute for Religion, both in New York.  He is resident faculty at Clal: The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership in New York, where he has founded the not-for-profit Kirtan Rabbi Prayer Initiative. He also served as visiting rabbi for Metivta: a center for contemplative Judaism in Los Angeles. Rabbi Hahn has three musical CDs: Kirtan Rabbi: Live!Achat Sha’altiNondual and a beloved single, Shiviti. An EPHallel, is to be released in 2021. For more information:
Registration link above under Upcoming Calendar.