Kirtan Shabbat

kirtan-rabbi-shabbat-thingTalia Goldberg ’19 writes in:

Join the Wesleyan Jewish Community as we celebrate the Jewish Sabbath (Shabbat) with a guest Rabbi who will lead us in Hebrew prayers in the form of Kirtan! What is Kirtan? It’s a form of chanting developed in India that creates a “communal feeling and ecstatic communion with the divine. Its usual, distinguishing feature is a formula of singing based on call-and-response.” You don’t have to be Jewish or know Hebrew to come, you just have to appreciate music! Dinner afterwards is home-cooked and free.

Date: Friday, September 23
Time: 5-7 PM
Place: the Bayit

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