Shabbat Morning Minyan

Program Details

RSVP for 10/26 Minyan

Additional Info

Saturday, October 26, 2019
Queen Anne location
Like all Kavana programs, this event is powered by partners, staff and participants.
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What to Expect

Once a month, members of the Kavana community gather for an uplifting morning of prayer and study.  The Shabbat Morning Minyan is a traditional (mostly Hebrew) service which features lots of singing, harmonies, and great energy -- so it appeals to participants from a wide range of Jewish backgrounds.  

Rabbi Rachel Nussbaum and a growing corps of volunteer daveners lead sections of the service, and you can see Kavana's co-op spirit in action as many minyan folks take turns reading Torah, chanting haftorah, giving a dvar torah (short sermon), and providing kiddush lunch.

Speaking of lunch, this is a group that really enjoys sharing a good meal!  Services are always followed by a vegetarian kiddush lunch, and everyone is welcome to hang out, eat, and shmooze.

When & Where

Kavana's Shabbat Morning Minyan takes place monthly during the program year. The service starts at 10am and the kiddush lunch wraps up by 2pm. The minyan takes place in the Queen Anne neighborhood. Please RSVP for location details. Mark your calendar with this year's minyan schedule:

October 26
November 16

December 14

January 11

February 15

March 21

April 18

May 30

Program Staff

Rabbi Rachel Nussbaum
Rabbi and Executive Director

On any given day, you might find Rachel meeting with new partners, preparing for life- cycle events, teaching Torah, pondering next year’s budget, or trying to keep her inbox below 1000 new messages!  She also enjoys leading spirited prayer services and believes in the role of Judaism in working toward the principles of justice and service. Rachel co­-founded Kavana in 2006 with Suzi LeVine, and since then has received national recognition and awards for her work. She is a native of Charleston and was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary.