Havdalah in the Park: An Interfaith Study on Time

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Join Repair the World and the Interfaith Center for an interfaith text study and discussion on time. We’ll be talking about how to make time for our spiritual selves, how to continue to separate time for our faith when we are busy, and “practical spirituality” more broadly. After, we will celebrate Havdalah and have a short song session. Dinner will be served!


DATE AND TIME
Sat, June 24, 2017
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT

LOCATION
Clark Park
4300-4398 Baltimore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104

 

Havdalah is Hebrew for “separation” and refers to the verbal declaration made at the end of Shabbat (or a Jewish holiday), in which the holy day is separated from the mundane period that follows. Havdalah is a multisensory experience that includes fire, spices and wine. Learn more about the Havdalah ritual at this link.

 

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