September 29 to October 1, 2017

Yom Kippur 5778

with Rabbi Jeff Roth

at Am Kolel Retreat Center in Maryland

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A Yom Kippur Retreat
September 29th – October 1st, 2017

Join Rabbi Jeff Roth in observing this most sacred of Jewish days, Yom Kippur. We will spend the day in liturgy, chant, Torah study and meditation. The psycho-spiritual processes developed for this observance of Yom Kippur will guide you into the deeply personal inner places that need to be accessed for transformation. These processes help you to internalize the work that the liturgy of Yom Kippur points to. Sacred discussions bring powerful group energy to support your inner work. The day’s observance takes us to an experience of entering the Holy of Holies where we can each reconnect to the Divine flow of the Universe.

Registration Information

The cost of the retreat includes room and board. The teachings are presented without fees included. Participants will be asked to make a voluntary contribution to support the teacher.

Costs for the retreat are:

Financial support is available through The Awakened Heart Project. Contact ( jeff (at) awakenedheartproject (dot) org with requests for aid.

For questions about registration or for additional information contact ( brian (at) awakenedheartproject (dot) org

The retreat will be held at:

Am Kolel Sanctuary and Renewal Center, 19520 Darnestown Road, Beallsville, MD 20839 (

All meals are vegetarian, with some fish. Space limited to 24 people.

To register for the retreat: Click Here To Register.

Faculty Biography

Rabbi Jeff Roth is the founder and Director of The Awakened Heart Project for Contemplative Judaism. He was the co-founder of Elat Chayyim where he served as Executive Director and Spiritual Director for 13 years. He is the co-leader of the Jewish Mindfulness Teacher Training program and has facilitated of over 190 Jewish meditation retreats. He is the author of, Jewish Meditation Practices for Everyday Life and Me, Myself and God from Jewish lights Publishing.


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