September 18 to 20, 2020

Rosh Hashanah 5781

with Rabbi Jeff Roth

at On Zoom - Eastern time

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A Rosh Hashanah Retreat
September 18th – 20th, 2020

Join us for a joyous and transformative and contemplative entry into the new Jewish year, 5781. Rabbi Jeff Roth will guide you through the amazing teachings, Torah and liturgy of Rosh Hashanah.

This retreat will help you to make a deep personal connection to the transformative work of the days of Awe. Celebrating the turning of the seasons, we remind ourselves of the power of returning to the depths of who, what and how we are as unique human beings as well as part of the Holy One of Being

This process of returning, called teshuvah, allows us to begin taking stock of where we have been in the past year, where we are now and where we intend to go. The power of doing this work in sacred community gives us a jump-start in the process and the celebratory power fuels the entire ten days of returning.

Registration Information

The cost of the retreat is $72.00. The teachings are not included in the retreat fee.  Participants will be asked to make a voluntary contribution to support the teacher.


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 online with Zoom

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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