Sunday, November 24th
2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Clingman Chapel
330 N. Hubbards Lane, Louisville, KY 40207
Living in Alignment with Cycles and Seasons
How do we find the time to pause and take stock when life moves so fast around us? How do we make time for our own spiritual and creative practice when there are so many other responsibilities competing for our time and energy? These are the questions we’ll answer at this special afternoon retreat. In this session, Rabbi Sarah Tasman will teach us how to integrate more intentionality and meaning into our lives through our awareness of the seasons and cycles of the calendar. Participants will learn about the spiritual practice of living in alignment with the seasons, the moon cycle and yearly calendar. Participants will also experience Rosh Chodesh, the Jewish ritual of welcoming the new moon and blessing the new month. With meditation, discussion, art and ritual, we will also focus on the upcoming month of Kislev which is a month of cultivating sleep and dreams.
Please wear comfortable clothing. Open to women of all spiritual or faith backgrounds. Max: 20 participants
This program is full. To be on a Wait List, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Rabbi Sarah Tasman:
Rabbi Sarah Tasman is the founder of the Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity which offers in-person and online resources for those seeking meaningful, accessible, and personalized Jewish learning, community classes & gatherings, and private spiritual coaching and rabbinic support. Rabbi Sarah is a dynamic and creative educator, spiritual leader and life cycle officiant based in Washington, DC and is a Rabbis Without Borders Fellow. She believes in the power of Jewish practice and learning to help us flourish and live more centered, meaningful and integrated lives. Whether she is teaching, leading or officiating, Rabbi Sarah specializes in making Judaism creative, personalized and accessible. Rabbi Sarah brings warmth, rich knowledge of tradition and inclusivity to meet couples, families, and students wherever they are in order to create a meaningful experience. Previously, Rabbi Sarah was the InterfaithFamily/DC founding director, serving the needs of interfaith couples and families throughout Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC. She has also served as Senior Jewish Educator at Maryland Hillel and has taught at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, Adas Israel Congregation and many area organizations. She was ordained by the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College in 2012. She also holds a master of Jewish Education and a certificate of non-profit management.