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The Secret Power of Prayer

The Secret Power of Prayer

an in-depth journey on the effect and nature of prayer

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The Secret Power of Prayer

a five-week adult education course at the chabad jewish center

CLASS DATES:

  1. Tuesday, May 15
  2. Monday, May 21
  3. Tuesday, May 29
  4. Tuesday, June 5
  5. Tuesday, June 12

All Classes 7:30 - 9:00 PM

                                

1. MAKING CONTACT

    the intimate conversation of prayer

2. GETTING FOCUSED

    meditation & kavanah in prayer

3. THE COSMIC DRAMA

    the universal effect of prayer

 

4. FINITE PACKAGING

    liturgy and communal prayer

5. ANGELS & WORLDS

    the mystical journey of prayer

 

Registration

$36 per person

(includes materials)

Scholarships Available

(No one will be turned away for lack of funds)

 

 

To register:

Call 853-9200

or E-mail

 

All classes are open to the public. No background, affiliation or experience is necessary.

 

Adult Education at the Chabad Jewish Center

Informative. Intriguing. Inspiring. Inviting.

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Every day we must study Torah.
Each day you are new. Each morning you are born to life again. Do you not eat again each day as though you have never eaten before? Do you not thirst as though you have never drunk water?
Should we not study again each day to feed our minds and souls?
~ Based on the Talmud and the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneersohn