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Celebrate the Jewish High Holy Days with Rabbi Natan Segal
Rabbi Natan Segal arrives on Maui to facilitate the Jewish High Holydays which begin Sept 4th. He is Rabbi Emeritus at The Shul of Marin County CA, and comes from over 10 generations of Jerusalem Rabbis. He received his ordination in 1976 from Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi as Rabbi, Cantor, Counselor, and Healer.
Rabbi Natan is also a gifted vocalist/cantor, a multi-instrumentalist, sharing prayer filled music for decades. He has performed extensively on radio, television, and concert stages throughout North America and Israel. Rabbi Natan is honored and delighted to share sacred space and Joyful Celebration with his Daughter, Zoe, who is a talented musician, dancer, and teacher in her own right.
The High Holydays begin with Rosh Hashana ('Head of the Year'); this New Year 5774 begins at sundown on Wednesday, September 4th..which is marked with Prayer, song, story, dance, movement gratitude and thanksgiving. It is followed 10 days later with the solemn, prayerful day of Yom Kippur..the Day of Atonement (or At-One-ment) which theme is forgiveness, love, devotion, and 'turning'...turning away from the darkness..and going towards the light.
Hawaiian Ho'oponopono is an ancient practice of love, reconciliation and forgiveness, and it incorporates the major themes of the Jewish High Holydays.
These Services are open to all faiths and all religions. The events will be festive, prayerful and participatory. All are welcome! Infants are especially welcome for Rosh Hashana, and of course children are always free!!
The evening events (September 4th and 13th) will be held at a magnificent private north shore Estate**. Suggested donation for the Rabbi is $36 for each evening.
Schedule of Events:
Wednesday 9/4 - 6:30 pm and
Thursday 9/4 - 9:00 a.m. at a Wailea beach**
(For Rosh Hashana the dress is casual-colorful for New Year = festive)
Saturday 9/7 - 6:30 pm end of Sabbath Celebration (Service, potluck & dancing) at Temple of Peace,Haiku
Friday 9/13 - 6:30 pm andSaturday 9/14 - 9:00 a.m. at a Makena Beach** (for Yom Kippur the tradition is to wear white..something that is light and encourages movement and deep belly breaths, song, laughter and joy!)
For further information about Rabbi Natan, go to: (www.natan.net)
Date: Wednesday, September 4th, 2013 to Saturday, September 14th, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Categories: Church / Spiritual
Location Specifics: Haiku and Makena
Contact: Bonnie Newman