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May 12, 2020

05/12/2020 01:01:00 PM


Healing Service on May 18, at 5:00 PM

Why attend a healing service?

Some folks attend a healing service for themselves. Others may be motivated to be present for a loved one who is suffering. For some, wounds and ailments are visible and more obvious, but many people hurt and suffer from pain that cannot be so easily seen. The healing service has the potential to help participants seeking to find balance or solace or spirituality within. 

Unlike a standard prayer service, there is no set structure that has been handed down through the generations. Although there will be a 'seder', an order to things, there is no haggadah that guides us in our choices. I like to include music, brief meditations, a ritual washing of hands, prayers that are both communal and personal, aloud and in silence. The service includes healing prayers that may be familiar, steeped in our ancient liturgy as well as more contemporary and current inclusions. Toward the end of our (approximately 45 minute) time and space, I warmly offer participants the option of sharing something brief about their experience.

We will end with a reminder that what has been shared in this service is private and confidential and that this promise is upon all of us to keep for each other.

Hazzan Glantz

Join us for a fun-filled, family friendly trivia night! Fantastic prizes and interesting tidbits guaranteed! The event will begin at 7:30 after evening Minyan on Sunday, May 24. Stay tuned for more details. We look forward to seeing you there!

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