Mercaz HaLev: Heart-Centered Judaism at BAI
Mercaz HaLev: Heart- Centered Judaism at BAI for the mind, body and soul.
- Study of ancient and contemporary Jewish text
- Music and Prayer
- Movement and Yoga
- Meditation and Mindfulness Practice
- Tikkun Midot Learning
The Barol Adult Education Fund Presents:
Shirat Halev: A Song of the Heart
Be with us for a Shabbat of Mindfulness Practice, Prayer and Study with visiting scholar, Rabbi Jonathan Slater. Co-Director of the Clergy Leadership Program at the Institute for Jewish Spirituality (IJS) and distinguished author of “A Partner in Holiness”. To learn more and sign up, please visit this page.
New Moon Rising: An Evening of Music
Shacharit and Song with Hazzan Harold- Weekly on Wednesdays at 9:00 am
The weekday morning service- sing, breath and stretch through the morning service with Hazzan Harold. Livestream available.
Thursday morning Mindfulness Practice- Weekly on Thursdays at 9:00 am
A new weekly offering featuring prayer, mindfulness practice and torah.
Embodied Prayer with Nicole Levin – Monthly at 9:00 am
Through gentle movement, breath work, and chanting we will embody the essence of prayer. Gentle practice requires no previous experience.
Music Prayer Lab with Hazzan Harold – Monthly
Mussar with Rabbi David and Marci Wilf– Monthly beginning October 17 at 7:30 pm
Study the Jewish spiritual practice that gives concrete instructions on how to live a meaningful and ethical life. Our program will introduce eight “Middot”, or character traits, which we will explore and practice. Led by Rabbi David and Marci Wilf. For more information email Marci Wilf.
- January 9, 2020- Kavod (Dignity/Honor)
- February 6, 2020- Shtikah (Mindful Speech)
- March 12, 2020- Bitachon (Trust)
- April 2, 2020-Emunah (Trustworthiness)
- May 7, 2020- Seder (Order)
Torah Yoga with Nicole Levin– Select Shabbat Mornings
Your body is the sanctuary for your soul. Come and explore the potential and meaning of Torah through gentle movement and breath. All levels welcome.
- More dates to come.
Every Moment is an Opportunity to Practice- Weekly on Sundays
A new offering on the mindfulness meditation using words of Torah to inspire our embodied experience. Adults and teens post-B’nai Mitzvah age welcome.