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Friday Night Davening (Kabbalat Shabbat)

Transition from the chaos and business of the week into a state of shabbat calm. The Friday evening service delivers prayer in a setting based on the Hassidic mystical approach to prayer incorporating meditation, niggunim, song and chant. Rabbi Menachem Wolf guides the davening infusing the above with commentary on the siddur. This service is

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Kabbalah: Text Study (Beginners & Intermediate Level)

In this Shabbat morning Kabbalah class, Rabbi Laibl Wolf (or Rabbi Menachem Wolf in Labil's absence) works through a Maamar text for 30 minutes. The texts are Kabbalistic teachings that relate to behavioural development and self growth. The current subject Curing Hatred- Practicing Harmony is from a text called Hechaltzu and was authored by the

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Shabbat Morning (Shacharit & Torah Reading)

Shabbat morning is a time for introspection and contemplation. There is a stillness available to us all - should we tap into the energy of Shabbat. The davening session on Shabbat morning is contemplative and includes singing of niggunim and traditional tunes. For many the second half of the service is the highlight with Rabbi

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Beneath the surface

Spiritgrow Center 226 Balaclava Rd, Caulfield North, VIC
Virtual Event Virtual Event

Spiritual analysis by the Masters of the mystical teachings behind the upcoming Yom Tov Mondays, 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm, EST Australia – no prior knowledge required  

Virtual Event

Friday Night Davening (Kabbalat Shabbat)

Transition from the chaos and business of the week into a state of shabbat calm. The Friday evening service delivers prayer in a setting based on the Hassidic mystical approach to prayer incorporating meditation, niggunim, song and chant. Rabbi Menachem Wolf guides the davening infusing the above with commentary on the siddur. This service is

Virtual Event

Kabbalah: Text Study (Beginners & Intermediate Level)

In this Shabbat morning Kabbalah class, Rabbi Laibl Wolf (or Rabbi Menachem Wolf in Labil's absence) works through a Maamar text for 30 minutes. The texts are Kabbalistic teachings that relate to behavioural development and self growth. The current subject Curing Hatred- Practicing Harmony is from a text called Hechaltzu and was authored by the

Virtual Event

Shabbat Morning (Shacharit & Torah Reading)

Shabbat morning is a time for introspection and contemplation. There is a stillness available to us all - should we tap into the energy of Shabbat. The davening session on Shabbat morning is contemplative and includes singing of niggunim and traditional tunes. For many the second half of the service is the highlight with Rabbi

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Spiritgrow Center 226 Balaclava Rd, Caulfield North, VIC

On the Shabbat before the new moon, we bless the month ahead. The waining moon giving birth to a new moon is a powerful metaphor in Judaism. We too need to retire aspects of ourselves and refresh ourselves for the period ahead. Chassidic culture introduced the monthly fabrengen as a component of this retirement and

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Virtual Event

Beneath the surface

Spiritgrow Center 226 Balaclava Rd, Caulfield North, VIC
Virtual Event Virtual Event

Spiritual analysis by the Masters of the mystical teachings behind the upcoming Yom Tov Mondays, 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm, EST Australia – no prior knowledge required  

Virtual Event

Friday Night Davening (Kabbalat Shabbat)

Transition from the chaos and business of the week into a state of shabbat calm. The Friday evening service delivers prayer in a setting based on the Hassidic mystical approach to prayer incorporating meditation, niggunim, song and chant. Rabbi Menachem Wolf guides the davening infusing the above with commentary on the siddur. This service is

Virtual Event

Kabbalah: Text Study (Beginners & Intermediate Level)

In this Shabbat morning Kabbalah class, Rabbi Laibl Wolf (or Rabbi Menachem Wolf in Labil's absence) works through a Maamar text for 30 minutes. The texts are Kabbalistic teachings that relate to behavioural development and self growth. The current subject Curing Hatred- Practicing Harmony is from a text called Hechaltzu and was authored by the

Virtual Event

Shabbat Morning (Shacharit & Torah Reading)

Shabbat morning is a time for introspection and contemplation. There is a stillness available to us all - should we tap into the energy of Shabbat. The davening session on Shabbat morning is contemplative and includes singing of niggunim and traditional tunes. For many the second half of the service is the highlight with Rabbi