Life is a journey – a sacred path with unpredictable terrain. We need comfort and care, both when we celebrate and when we suffer, when we rejoice and when we mourn.
As we approach Passover, we are reminded of Exodus, of being led out of slavery toward a future of hope; but, also of uncertainty. Transitions in our lives, no matter what kind, can be unsettling.
Join us for a service of spiritual self-care and anchor yourself in the comfort of community and tradition, with renewed hope for what lies ahead.
Thursday, March 8, 2018
6:30pm Village Shalom
5500 W. 123rd Street
Overland Park, KS 66209
This sacred and supportive service offers spiritual restoration and renewal for every stage of life. Our contemporary service, led by Community Chaplain Rabbi Jonathan Rudnick, Lezlie Zucker, song leader, and Cantor Benjamin Matis of Kehilath Israel Synagogue, includes traditional prayer, song, readings and personal reflection.
A light nosh will precede the service with sweets after.
For more information, call 913.327.8250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.