Join members of Temple Emmanuel of Wakefield for an inclusive, participatory, spiritual, upbeat musical Shabbat at 8:00 pm on Friday, September 12th at 8pm.
Rabbi Audrey Marcus Berkman, of Newton, will lead this service and others throughout the year. Rabbi is a graduate of The Reconstructionist Rabbinical College of PA, who formerly led Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Havurah in Newton. In addition she has educated B’nai mitzvah students & families and has worked with couples and families of diverse backgrounds for meaningful lifecycle events.
The service will have complete transliteration as well as contemporary translation, beautiful commentary and interpretations. This service also has beautiful songs and melodies that are user friendly as well as traditional favorites. It is intended to be more meaningful, joyful and spiritual without significant changes in ritual. Following the service we will have a special Oneg to celebrate Shabbat and our efforts as a community.
Shabbat Shira will be held in Weizmann Hall, on the second floor of Temple Emmanuel, 120 Chestnut Street, Wakefield, MA. There is a chair lift to the second floor. For more information: Leave a message at 781-245-1886 or www.WakefieldTemple.org
Event Location: Temple Emmanuel
120 Chestnut St., Wakefield, Massachusetts, 01880
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