Dear Friends,

More hikes, more learning, more sacred connections. 

Please join us. All are welcome.

 
Eco-Tefilah Prayer HikeMon. morning 6/17 at 9:30AM. 
Torah study: Wed. evening 6/19 at 7PM. 

If you are planning to attend either of these programs, please let us know.

With Blessings,

Kaya

 


ECO-TEFILAH: MORNING PRAYER HIKE

Welcome the day through prayer, walking meditation and song in the life-giving woodlands of the Berkshires.

 

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             Mon. June 17th
                   9:30 AM

 

      Diane's Trail- Gould Farm
         Gould Rd. , Monterey 
   (First right, just past the Roadside Grill)

 

 
Park on the left side of the road at the trailhead.
An alternative siddur designed for this hike will be provided. 
Please bring bug spray, water and if you like- a tallit (prayershawl).
 No fee.   All are welcome. 
 
Future prayer hikes will take place on 
Mondays:  July 29 and August 12.
Future Locations tba.
 
For more info and RSVP: reply to this email or call 413-274-1034
 
B'MIDBAR


    Torah Study through the lens of Jewish Mysticism 

 

B'MIDBAR

               Wednesdays in Lenox
                   
     June 19 - Balak- Numbers 22:2- 25:9
                   
     June 26- PInchas- Numbers 25:10- 30:1
 
                    
7:00 - 8:30PM
            CHAPEL of the Church on the Hill
 55 Main St., Lenox
 
 (Location is not the Church- The Chapel is a different building 
across the St. from Nejaimes WIne Cellar)
 
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to learn. We have only 2 sessions left. 
Delve into the book of Numbers that recounts the many trials and tribulations of the Israelites during their forty years of wilderness wanderings. Rebellion, intrigue, politics and family drama punctuate much of this book. 
 
Class members should read each parasha in English prior to the class and with that basic grounding are invited to engage with the commentaries of the  Hasidic masters of Jewish mysticism from the 18th through the early 20th centuries. All classes are taught by Rabba Kaya Stern-Kaufman. Class fee is $12. 
 
Each class stands on its own.  All are welcome regardless of background.

 

About Us

 

Rimon responds to the thirst for Jewish spirituality in our community by offering transformative programs and services that open heart and mind, reaching out to seekers wherever they may be on their spiritual journeys. 

We embrace diversity. Everyone is welcome.


Director: Rabba Kaya Stern-Kaufman

Board Members: Elie Hammerling-President, Barbara Drosnin, Myrna Hammerling, 

Helaine Harris, Stephen Kaufman, Susie Kaufman, Andrea Jacobson

  

Rimon is an affiliate of Jewish Federation of the Berkshires 

 www.rimonberkshires.or

413-274-1034,  info@rimonberkshires.org