Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue

Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue is an inclusive spiritual community practicing an evolving Judaism as a path to awakening.

[12/08/16]   The God of Kabbalah Course is POSTPONED to December 15th:

As you may know, the National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the Seattle area beginning at 4:00 PM today. Current forecasts expect 1-3 inches, beginning mid-evening.

We have heard from many of you with concerns about safe transportation given the expected weather conditions, and thus have decided to POSTPONE tonight's first meeting for the God of Kabbalah course. The class will begin NEXT WEEK, on Thursday, December 15th. Please email the office with any questions.

"...Awakened with wisdom & compassion, we are impelled to live our lives with kindness, and we are led to do whatever we can to repair the brokenness of the world.” --Rabbi Jeff Roth from Jewish Meditation Practices for Everyday Life

Join us this Friday and Saturday for a very special A Shabbaton of Mindfulness with Rabbi Jeff Roth! REGISTER ONLINE http://tinyurl.com/jfwwg72 or contact the office for tickets at 206-527-9399.

Rabbi Roth and Rabbi BenHaim co-lead Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday evening, followed by a Saturday morning of chanting, Torah reading, singing, dancing, and meditation. Jeff Roth focuses on meditation practices in his afternoon workshop with Q&A, concluding with book discussion and signing in the evening, and Havdalah ceremony.

Interfaith Israel Trip 2016 _Arrival Day

Wondering what Rabbi Olivier and members of Bet Alef are doing while in Israel? Follow their journey throughout the Holy Land by visiting our blog! Click the link to read.

betalef.org What a miracle! I am re-reading these first few words—the date and the place where I am writing from—and I am moved by a sense of awe. Don’t get me wrong, my zealous Zionist years are far behind me. As an Israeli citizen, I have found myself highly critical of Israel’s current government and, at the...

Young Jewish adults find ‘meaningful,’ if not traditional, ways to celebrate Yom Kippur

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Bet Alef provides just one way for Jews of all ages to connect more deeply with the High Holy Days. Check out our mention in the Seattle Times!

http://www.seattletimes.com/life/young-jewish-adults-find-meaningful-if-not-traditional-ways-to-celebrate-yom-kippur/

www.seattletimes.com The Day of Atonement, the holiest day of the Jewish year, begins at sundown Tuesday. For some people, avoiding work and technology as prescribed is simply impractical, but they embrace the spirit of the day in other ways.

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