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Sivan Big Gather

Hosted By: At The Well

The Hebrew month of Sivan marks the anniversary of receiving the Torah. The Torah came to us via Moses, and Moses’s life was saved by the midwives. Therefore, we would not have Torah – our source of wisdom – if it were not for the bravery and leadership of the midwives. This Sivan, let us remember and thank the midwives by making space as a community to celebrate, embrace and bless our holy bodies.

At The Well is inspired by the Jewish ritual of Rosh Chodesh – marking the New Moon as a time to reflect, connect, and create intentions. Join At the Well in marking the new moon as we gather to rise together.

*This event is for women-identifying and non-binary bodies ages 15 and beyond, inclusive of all races, classes, abilities, religious affiliations, sexual orientations, gender identities or expressions.

*Cost an issue? No worries.
At the Well is a community and can help support. They know folks are struggling right now, so they are happy to offer sliding scale and pay-what-you-can options to make classes more accessible.

All contributions will help ATW continue offering programming throughout the year, furthering our mission of connecting women around the world with transformative Jewish practices.

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