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Come join us for a tasty, fun and memorable evening out!
With plenty of delicious refreshments along with live acoustic music around the fire-pit! 
Music by Houston musician, Danny Gavin! 

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Kiddush Levana is an evening of extraordinary blessing for you, your family and the Jewish people!

The very first Mitzvah we were given as a nation, was the Mitzvah to consecrate our calendar months based on the moon's cycle. Kiddush Levana is based on this Mitzvah. Furthermore, our nation is compared to the moon, which at times seems to diminish and wane, only to reveal itself once again in its full glory. Our sages teach that participating in Kiddush Levana brings blessing upon the participant, their family and the entire Jewish nation, helping to bring us closer to the era of 'Geulah' - the foretold and yearned for time of peace and goodness for the entire world.

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Saturday Night - Motzo'ei Shabbat

Dec. 3, 2022
7:30 pm

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MORE ABOUT KIDDUSH LEVANA
Sanctification of the Moon

Once a month, as the moon waxes in the sky, we recite a special blessing called  Kiddush Levanah, "the sanctification of the moon," praising the Creator for His wondrous work we call astronomy.

Kiddush Levanah is recited after nightfall, usually on Saturday night. The blessing is often concluded with song, because our nation is likened to the moon—as it waxes and wanes, so have we throughout history. When we bless the moon, we renew our trust that very soon, the light of G‑d's presence will fill all the earth and our people will be redeemed from exile.

Though Kiddush Levanah can be recited as early as three days after the moon's rebirth, 
the kabbalah tells us it is best to wait a full week, till the seventh of the month. Once 15 days have passed, the moon begins to wane once more and the season for saying the blessing has passed.

A 'Year of Hakhel' Gathering
We are better together!
This Year of 'Hakhel' is all about coming together for Jewish unity, learning and inspiration.
See this short video  to learn more.