Weekly Torah through Tikkun Middot and Mussar 
Wednesdays 7:00- 8:30PM 
Oct.28, Nov.11, Nov.18, Dec.2, Dec.9, Dec. 16

Chapel of the Church on the Hill 
55 Main St., Lenox
(Not the Church on the Hill- rather, little brown building across the street from Village Center parking lot and Lenox Post Office)

This 6 week class will explore the weekly Torah portion through the lens of Tikkun Middot and Mussar. The Mussar tradition emphasizes the refinement one's personal attributes and the development of spiritual qualities such as humility, patience, gratitude, equanimity and others. Each week we will explore the Torah portion from the vantage point of a particular quality and will learn spiritual exercises for developing these aspects more fully in our lives. These classes are inspired by the creative work of Rabbis Pamela Wax and Mark Margolius through the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. All classes taught by Rabba Kaya Stern-Kaufman. Classes can be attended on a drop-in basis.

Fee: $20/class 
Full Series: $100
10% Discount for Rimon members  
Next Kabbalat Shabbat
Friday Oct. 23rd, 6:00PM 

First Congregational Church of Stockbridge
4 Main St. Stockbridge

With Special Guest: Reb Shir Yaakov Feit 
Services followed by a community vegetarian pot-luck dinner
Please bring a dish to share


We are thrilled to present: 
Shir Yaakov Feit, Eden Pearlstein Basya Schechter 
Sat. Nov. 14th, 8PM
First Congregational Church of Stockbridge
4 Main St. Stockbridge  
Tickets: $20 

Darshan is a new Jewish musical project that combines deep engagement with sacred text and tradition and a radical commitment to creative inspiration and cultural innovation.  At its core, Darshan (meaning 'myth-maker', 'seeker', 'deliverer of the drash') is a wholly unique blend of artistic elements, bringing together the soul-stirring melodies of Shir Yaakov Feit and Basya Schechter (Pharaoh's Daughter) with the spine-tingling rap/poetry of Eden Pearlstein (ePRHYME).
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