Webinar: Touching Base With Your Spirit

August 28, 2020 by A J-Wire community service announcement
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The impact of COVID-19 on all Australians cannot be understated.

Living in Melbourne in Stage 4 Lockdown or in other States where life is still far from normal, has a massive impact on day to day life. Many of us feel isolated and alone. Rosh Hashana is a time for family and connection. It is a time for shoe shopping, special clothes and big dinners. Nothing has prepared us to greet a new year in the current climate.

On Wednesday 2 September at 8 pm (AEST) NCJWA will bring together three incredible women, to nurture, support and recharge our spirits. Rabbi Shoshana Kaminsky, Rabba Dr Melanie Landau and Dr Rabbi Orna Triguboff will share their wisdom and unique insights into Judaism and the human spirit and help us to touch base with our spirit and to draw the strength we need to flourish in these unusual times.

Rabbi Kaminsky, who was ordained in the Reconstructionist tradition, is the Rabbi of Beit Shalom Synagogue in Adelaide. Rabba Dr Melanie Landau is an Aussie living in Israel and has 20 years of experience in guiding individuals and groups in transformative processes
and cultivating the sacred. Rabbi Dr Orna Triguboff teaches Kabbalah and Meditation and serves at Emanuel Synagogue in Sydney. All three women have experience been engaged in spiritual health and healing from a Jewish perspective.

NCJWA is a Jewish feminist organisation committed to promoting social justice and the rights of women in all aspects of their lives. At a National level we do this through advocacy, education and community building.

REGISTER for the webinar  ncjwa.org.au




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