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 Dear Friends,
Thank you for your support in 2014! We are excited to be offering several new programs and events in 2015. Let's keep warm- TOGETHER!
With Blessings,
Rabba Kaya

Next Kabbalat Shabbat Service with
Rabba Kaya Stern-Kaufman and Rabbi Shir Yaakov Feit
6:00pm - Feb. 6, 2015
UU Meeting House
1089 Main St. Housatonic, MA 
Vegetarian Pot-Luck Shabbat Dinner follows the service 


Interfaith Celebration
Martin Luther King Jr. Nat'l Holiday

Monday, January 19th 12:00- 1:00 PM 

Presentations, songs, dance, music,prayers:

Berkshire Center for Justice, Multicultural BRIDGE, Olga Dunn School of Dance, Railroad Street Youth Project, Nancy King, Luci Leonard & Local Clergy


First Congregational Church - Parish Hall 251 Main Street

Great Barrington


Please bring an item of nonperishable food for People's Pantry


Sponsors: Southern Berkshire Clergy Association Interfaith Committee of Southern Berkshire 



Sacred Chant Circle
Led by Eva Friedner 

7PM - Thursday  Jan. 15
Chapel of the Church on the Hill
55 Main St. Lenox

Donations Appreciated 

inverted tree
A Celebration of Trees
 Tu b'Shevat Seder

Tuesday, February 3, 2015 - 6:30pm
UU Meeting House
1089 Main St. Housatonic, MA

The 16th cent. kabbalist Rabbi Isaac Luria introduced the mystical Tu b'Shevat seder in which fruits and nuts are eaten. Through music, learning, blessing and eating mindfully, we will partake in a spiritual journey through the senses.

Vegetarian potluck dinner will follow the seder.
Please bring a vegetarian dish to share.

RSVP Necessary - Fee: $18 - Reduced Fee Available

All Are Welcome!

Essential Talmud 
Five Wednesdays, 7:00 -8:30 PM
February 18th - March 25th, 2015

Chapel of the Church on the Hill
55 Main St., Lenox
(across from Nejaimes Wine Cellars and Post Office) 

A Unique opportunity to gain access to traditional learning in a welcoming contemporary context. User Friendly, Beginners Welcome. Taught by Rabba Kaya Stern-Kaufman, 
a lover of Talmud!


$100/series or $25/class
Class Meets Feb. 18, 25  &  March 11, 18, 25


Rimon, the Hebrew word for pomegranate, is symbolic of our mission to disperse the seeds of Jewish spirituality to transform and raise consciousness for the sake of healing and repairing our world. Rimon offers the treasures of Jewish spiritual wisdom and traditions to any and all seekers, wherever they may be on their spiritual journey. We embrace diversity.
Everyone is welcome. 

Rimon is an affiliate of Aleph: Alliance for Jewish Renewal and the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires.
Visit us on the web at rimonberkshires.org

Rimon: Resource Center for Jewish Spirituality 
413-274-1034 | 
info@rimonberkshires.org | http://rimonberkshires.org