Tu B'Shvat Radio Hour

Our own Lisa Huberman uses storytelling and music to take us on an audio Tu B'shvat journey in this  edition of Malkhut Radio Hour. You can listen inside your home or perhaps listen as you take a walk where you can see and touch some trees.  Click HERE to listen!

Volunteer-led Shabbat on Friday, January 22, 2021

 Emily Herzlin and Lisa Huberman  will lead  a Shabbat service on Zoom this Friday at 6:30 P.M. If you can, have candles, challah, and wine or grape juice ready. 

Zoom information: https://zoom.us/j/96799489370?pwd=Wit5NFhIb0hsa09YNFJiZkthS2NSZz09

Meeting ID: 967 9948 9370  Passcode: 972589

Tu B'Shvat: Wednesday January 27th at 7:00 P.M.

Celebrate all of the goodness that we receive from the trees and from the earth. Click HERE to read more. 


Volunteer-led Shabbat on Friday December 25th

Shara Feldman and Larry Kay will be hosting a brief Kabbalat Shabbat service on Zoom this Friday at 6:30 P.M. If you can, have candles, challah, and wine or grape juice ready. 

Zoom information: https://zoom.us/j/96799489370?pwd=Wit5NFhIb0hsa09YNFJiZkthS2NSZz09

Meeting ID: 967 9948 9370  Passcode: 972589

Cozy Kabbalah with Rabbi G.

 Five Tuesday Evenings in January and February

Trace the multilayered tradition of Jewish mysticism, from the Prophet Ezekiel to the Chariot Mystics to the early Chasidic masters. We’ll study primary sources and contemporary texts as we find the kernels of Jewish mysticism that are still inspiring and transforming our spiritual lives today. 

Five Tuesdays in January and February at 7:00 P.M.

$50 for Malkhut Partners. $100 for non Partners.  If the fee is a barrier to participation, please reach out to us about scholarships.

Click HERE to register.

We are Malkhut: a 5th Anniversary journey of learning and celebration

 Malkhut is now in its 5th year of existence, but how many of us truly understand what our community’s name means? “Malkhut” comes from the world of kabbalah, Jewish mysticism. The kabbalists created visual maps of how they understood the Divine realm, or what we might call the deep structure of the universe. The most familiar map looks like a tree or a ladder.

Each level of the tree is represented by one or more “sefirot” or emanations of divine energy such as “chesed” (compassion) or “gevurah” (judgement). The basic idea is that an everflowing fountain of divine energy flows from the top of the tree through these sefirot, manifesting as different qualities in ourselves and in the world that we experience.

“Malkhut” refers to the innermost or bottommost emanation in this map. If this all seems esoteric, it doesn’t have to be! In the coming winter and spring months, join us as we explore and celebrate the kabbalistic origins of our name. 

Here are some of the offerings on the horizon.

Malkhut's New Shabbat Schedule

We're expanding our monthly Shabbat schedule to three times a month. Beginning in November, we will meet (on Zoom) on the first and third Saturday of the month and on the second Friday of every month.

Zoom link:  https://zoom.us/j/95578819024?pwd=SVl4Q2dNWml5NGRlZmlRNXluS3l3dz09 Meeting ID: 955 7881 9024 Passcode: 471991