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Rosh Chodesh Group

This women's Rosh Chodesh group will gather to learn from each other, to learn more about each other, and to better understand the women within our tradition.
 For the women of KHL and our friends, mothers, aunts, grandmothers, cousins and nieces--a chance to learn and celebrate the women on whose shoulders we stand, including the women of the Exodus story, who are critical to the story. This year we have someone to lead us in song (Emily), and maybe someone will volunteer to lead us in dance too.  Please send in your suggestions for reading and sharing as we continue to evolve our Women's Seder. 
Rosh Chodesh, meaning "the head of the month", is our way of marking the new moon...gathering as we celebrate what can be. We have a great gathering over the next few months.  See the list of upcoming gatherings below. Please come and bring your friends!
Join us on Sunday, February 23, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the KHL room as we learn about one person’s journey to making and wearing tallit. Beth will work with us as we enjoy music, storytelling, and an opportunity to wrap and tie tzitzit (fringes on a tallit). It is not the garment itself, but the tzitzit that makes the Tallit special. There will be materials provided for hands-on knotting and wrapping practice with non Kosher strings. There will also be several DIY tallit for hands-on practice of wrapping and knotting with Kosher fringes. 
Contact Shira Kurrus 410-683-3144 or Ricki Henschel with questions (click on their name to email them).
Sun, March 29 2020 4 Nisan 5780