Rosh Chodesh, the festival of the new moon, is open to any female member of Hevreh and we welcome those of you who have never participated. The theme for the year is “The Many Faces of Spirituality: What Does It Mean to You?” and our programs will build on that theme.
Rosh Chodesh will be doing something new this year. Julie Gale will be putting together a Tu B’Shevat Seder, an ecological holiday that reminds us of our connection to the earth and our important role as caretakers of the environment, at her home in Hillsdale, NY. This seder is not a meal, but tasty snacks that from the trees. Hopefully many of you will join in the experience.
Please RSVP to Julie and she will assign you something to bring. Directions will be sent out to those who are attending.
We’ll get together at the home of Molly Sheriff with a presentation by Rabbi Gordon that combines art and spirituality.
If you are interested and not on the Rosh Chodesh contact list, email Michèle Krieg Bauer.