Wednesday, January 27th, 7:00 p.m.
Beginning in the 16th century with the mystical community in Sfat (located in Northern Israel) Jews began celebrating Tu B’Shevat, with a traditional Seder. The Seder celebrated the Etz Chayim, the tree of life, embracing nature as a metaphor for the way that Torah and God permeate and inspire all areas of our lives, and contribute to our spirituality.
Please join Rabbi Josh and Cantor Hanan as they offer a modern twist on this ancient ritual. Together, we will sing, reflect, pray, and eat as we dive deep into the meaning of the holiday, and how it can help us feel more connected to nature, one another, our tradition, and God.
Pick up your kit
For those who pre-purchased a Tu B’Shevat Seder kit, you’ll be able to pick up your kits at Tifereth Israel on Wednesday, January 27th between 3:00 – 3:30 p.m. If this time does not work, or if you are unable to pick-up your kit at all, let us know and Beth will contact you to make an alternate plan. Mention this when placing your order. You may also email Beth or call her at 619 697-6001, ext. 108.