A Passover Workshop: From Narrow Straits to Personal Liberation

tue02apr10:00 amtue12:00 pmA Passover Workshop: From Narrow Straits to Personal Liberation


(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm(GMT-06:00)

Event Details

The story of Passover is one of transitioning through the narrow straits—from the confines of slavery in Egypt to the open expanse of freedom on the other side. In preparation for this holiday, reflect on the narrow places in our own lives and what it might mean for us to “cry out” from where we are as an act of moving towards where we want to be.

Join through guided text study, art-making, reflective writing, and sharing in this experiential workshop with Rabbi Eva Sax-Boulder. This workshop is open to all with an open and curious heart. No experience is need and most materials will be provided. Please bring the following:

– Journal
– Pen
– Specific drawing or sketching supplies you prefer (paper will be provided)

Rabbi Eva Sax-Bolder served as the Rabbi of The Shul of New York until moving to Boulder in the summer of 2021. She currently serves as the head of spiritual direction for the ALEPH Ordination Program and maintains a private practice as a spiritual companion. Rabbi Eva has facilitated Wise Aging groups in synagogue and community settings for many years, integrating aspects of her training in meditation, mindfulness, and the expressive arts.

Tuesday, April 2 | 10 am – 12 pm | $48