Intergenerational Rosh Chodesh Circle

Co-Sponsored by At The Well
Date & Time
July 26, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Intergenerational Rosh Chodesh Circle

Reset and renew in the ancient ritual of Rosh Chodesh, the celebration of the New Moon. Join a group of female-identified people to explore the monthly moon holiday and celebrate a minor holiday about Love. Together, we will learn and sing and explore the significance of the 15th day of the month of Av — Tu B’Av — for our bodies and souls. The month of Av holds a delicate balance of destruction, grief, love, and hope.

We will create a community space to honor our paths, set new intentions, and learn from one another’s wisdom. We invite women, femmes, and female-identified people of all ages to join in this special night of warmth, love and power.

Rosh Chodesh, the first day of each Jewish month, is historically associated with women’s renewal and celebration. Today, groups convening on this day offer a space in time for reimagining the holiday, learning, ritual, spiritual exploration and marking life’s passages.

Tickets are sliding scale $5 – $10 online and $10 at the door. Online registration will close one hour before the program starts. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Accessibility Notes: This event will be held in our ADA accessible and heated yurt. We have one accessible parking spot in our lot, however please leave time to find street parking if needed, as our lot fills up quickly. If you anticipate needing special assistance, please email zoe@urbanadamah.org. We would be happy to assist you. FM receivers are available for those hard of hearing.


About the Facilitators

Susan Berrin is editor of Celebrating the New Moon: A Rosh Chodesh Anthology and A Heart of Wisdom: Making the Jewish Journey from Midlife through the Elder Years. She is Editor-in-Chief of Sh’ma, a pluralistic monthly journal of contemporary Jewish ideas. Susan lives at the seam of a diverse group of communities in Berkeley.

 

Becca Heisler is a Rosh Chodesh enthusiast who loves singing and connecting with the rhythms of the earth. She is a program coordinator and youth mentor at Wilderness Torah. Becca is passionate about Jewish tradition, Jewish community, and working with women and girls in the wilderness.

 

 

Sarah Waxman is the passionate Founder of At The Well. She has been a student of sociology and holistic medicine, a national champion athlete, an instructor of yoga and mindfulness, a dancer, and a passionate member of the Jewish community. After being selected for a leadership fellowship, Sarah launched At The Well with Moishe House as her fiscal sponsor.