GPS for the Soul: Setting Spiritual Direction for the High Holy Days – Online
August 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CDTFree
What if there was a yearly, accessible and wise tradition that could help us chart our year ahead? There is, and we call it Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur! Join Rabbi Scott Hausman-Weiss over three nights – Wednesdays, August 25, September 1 and 22 from 7:00 to 8:00 PM CDT – to set a spiritual direction for the High Holy Days this year and then to reflect on the holidays after Yom Kippur.
For each session, we’ll be discussing one of three themes: self-reflection, forgiveness and hope. The first two sessions will provide you with GPS coordinates for your spiritual journey. The third session will take place after Yom Kippur and offer us a time to debrief and reflect on our spiritual pursuit during the High Holy Days.
Meet Rabbi Scott Hausman-Weiss
Rabbi Scott is the founding Rabbi of Shma Koleinu in Houston, TX. Shma Koleinu is a synagogue without walls and without requiring a financial or membership commitment, that serves all Jews, Jewish families and those who love them. Rabbi Scott is proud to be a Rukin Rabbinic Fellow, as he continues to develop and grow in his ability to serve all who seek out Jewish life and experience. He especially loves working with interfaith couples and families, because they are often the most open to what Judaism, Jewish ritual and tradition can offer.
Co-Sponsored by Shma Koleinu