Passover

Passover

Healing Patriarchy in the New Paradigm

By Sophia Weiss, Joti Shephi, and Zelig Golden 18 Nisan 5777 | April 14, 2017 Join in the conversation about healing patriarchy in this time of great transition by listening to this powerful community address during the 10th annual Passover in the Desert. In this

The Sacred Fire of Pesach

by Maggid Zelig Golden 11 Nisan 5777 | April 7, 2017 Below, listen to Maggid Zelig Golden's entire drash (teaching) from Kabbalat Shabbat, recorded April 9, 2017 at Urban Adamah, Berkeley, California.

Walking the Path After Exodus

by Maggid Zelig Golden 21 Nisan 5776 | April 29, 2016 Below, listen to Maggid Zelig Golden's entire drash (teaching) from Passover in the Desert, recorded April 29, 2016 in the Panamint Valley, CA.

Exodus: A Call to the Wilderness

Exodus: A Call to the Wilderness by Jared Gellert 2 Shvat 5774 | January 3, 2014 We recently began reading the book of Exodus, the interwoven story of how we became a people with a specific religious orientation. Exodus moves us from

Rededicating Our Sacred Fire

Rededicating Our Sacred Fire by Maggid Zelig Golden 30 Kislev 5774 | December 3, 2013 Hanukkah, which means “rededication,” commemorates the Maccabee army’s military victory against the Syrian empire, which had nearly defeated the Jews and temporarily occupied the Temple. After the

A Passover return to the desert reawakens ancient memory

A Passover return to the desert reawakens ancient memory Originally printed in jWeekly on March 15, 2012 by Zelig Golden Each year I wrestle with the Passover story: “Now we are slaves. Next year, may we all be free.” What does it mean to be