"More than the Jews have kept the Sabbath, the Sabbath has kept the Jews." This statement by Ahad Ha'am, although somewhat prosaic in form both underlies and proclaims the enduring sanctity and poetic encounter many Jews experience by living a life punctuated with Sabbath observance. But is this holy Sabbath only for the Jews, or does it contain a broader, more expansive dimension that has relevance for members of other faith communities?
Please join us for a communal Sabbath study, service, meal, and discussion to experience the depth and breadth of what Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel has rightly, and most profoundly, called our "sanctuary in time". Shalom Uvracha (peace & blessing)
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