Kabbalah and the High Holidays: A mystical and introspective look at the Jewish New Year

The month of Tishrei is the "richest" month in the Jewish calendar. It includes the most awesome days - Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur as well as the happiest days - Sukkot and Simchat Torah.

Every Jew participates, in one way or another, in celebrating the High Holidays, which take place at the beginning of the Jewish year. These holidays give us a sense of renewal and serve to inspire us for the entire year to come.

Each holiday is not only a time of remembrance of a certain occasion in history, but also a recurrence of the original event. It is a time of reawakening of the special relationship between G‑d and the Jewish people, and between G‑d and the world.

Join us for a five session lunch and learn as we explore what the Kabbalah has to say about the Jewish New Year. The course will consist of 5 independent lessons, each in preparation for an upcoming holiday. see syllabus below

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Lunch 'N' Learn in the Downtown Business District

@ 36 S. Charles Street, Charles Center South, 2nd Floor

The final lesson, October 8th, will be held @ the Inner Harbor Sukkah near the Power Plant (on the right side of the Hard Rock Cafe), 601 E Pratt Street

Kabbalah and the high holidays: A mystical and introspective look at the Jewish New  Year

5 Thursdays Sep 10th -Oct 8th 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM No Charge 

A kosher lunch will be served.

Realizing that you have a demanding work schedule, attendance to all sessions is not mandatory.

For more information or if you'd like to participate please call 410-605-0505 or email us by clicking here


Lesson one - Elul
Elul - what’s in its name?
The king in the field; G‑d on the campaign trail
Spiritual accounting

Lesson two - Rosh Hashanah
Creation of man
Coronation of G‑d
Shofar, the indiscernible sound

Lesson three -Yom Kippur
Where time, place and soul meet.
Teshuvah - repentance or return?
The power to atone

Lesson four -Sukkoth
The “four kinds” of Jews
The “four kinds” in the human body
The Sukkah - enveloped in spirituality

Lesson five -Simchat Torah
Celebration of the Water Drawing
Rejoicing with a concealed scroll
Jacob went on his way; the high holidays and beyond