In this exciting, sacred moment where the new moon of Kislev falls on Shabbat, NuRoots is thrilled to welcome this marking of time in collaboration with Nefesh and At The Well. Together, we will bring a warm wellness welcome to our weekend through song, joy, and community, followed by a Rosh Chodesh circle honoring the new moon.
Join us for a beautiful outdoor Shabbat service, led by Rabbi Susan Goldberg and Nefesh musicians (and with ASL interpretation), followed by kiddish, hamotzi, and a unique wellness circle. We’ll shine light on our relationships, sit in ritual, and spend time coming into ourselves. Connect with us in sacred space, calling in the new month.
Friday, November 5
Doors at 6:30 p.m.
Services at 7:00 p.m.
Rosh Chodesh circle at 8:30
St. Paul’s Commons Retreat and Conference Center
840 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90026
The service will follow L.A. COVID protocols, or you can join from home on Zoom. We ask everyone to wear a mask at this service, all seating will be outside, and everyone 12+ will need to be vaxxed or show medical exemption.
Picnics are encouraged before the service at Echo Park Lake from 5:30–6:45; bring your own meal!
St. Paul’s Commons is directly across from Echo Park Lake. The space has outdoor seating, which is ideal as we move ahead in these times, and they have been incredibly kind and welcoming to us. There is limited parking.
Guided by the Hebrew calendar and the rituals of Rosh Chodesh, Well Circles connect people around the world through transformative practices inspired by ancient Jewish wisdom. This Shabbat experience is for all people.
Learn more about our Well Circles—and how At The Well can help you start your own.
NuRoots, from L.A.’s Jewish Federation, helps young adults find and make community across Los Angeles.