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Chassidus Study Group Dinner
Dec 31, 2014 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
"My G-d, open my lips and my mouth will recite your praise" (King David c.1040-c.970 BCE) Ever wonder why the Rabbis inserted this verse before each prayer and what that says about prayer in general? Join us for a weekly study group on the Esoteric (Kabbalistic and Chassidic) interpretations of prayer and what its meant to accomplish. We will explore different parts of prayer over the course of the semester. We meet each Wed at 8-9pm for study of text, discussion and Deli dinner at Chabad House.
Chassidus Study Group Dinner
Jan 7, 2015 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
"My G-d, open my lips and my mouth will recite your praise" (King David c.1040-c.970 BCE) Ever wonder why the Rabbis inserted this verse before each prayer and what that says about prayer in general? Join us for a weekly study group on the Esoteric (Kabbalistic and Chassidic) interpretations of prayer and what its meant to accomplish. We will explore different parts of prayer over the course of the semester. We meet each Wed at 8-9pm for study of text, discussion and Deli dinner at Chabad House.
Chassidus Study Group Dinner
Jan 14, 2015 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
"My G-d, open my lips and my mouth will recite your praise" (King David c.1040-c.970 BCE) Ever wonder why the Rabbis inserted this verse before each prayer and what that says about prayer in general? Join us for a weekly study group on the Esoteric (Kabbalistic and Chassidic) interpretations of prayer and what its meant to accomplish. We will explore different parts of prayer over the course of the semester. We meet each Wed at 8-9pm for study of text, discussion and Deli dinner at Chabad House.

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