15 2019


17 2019

Shabbaton with Joey Weisenberg at Shaarie Torah

6:30PM - 12:00PM  

Congregation Shaarie Torah: Conservative 920 NW 25th Avenue
Portland, OR

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Shabbaton with Joey Weisenberg at Shaarie Torah

Shabbaton/Weekend with acclaimed musician, author, and teacher, Joey Weisenberg. He will enliven our spirits and lead us in intimate prayer and joyous song. Sunday, he will lead a very special singing workshop. Join Shaarie Torah for this once in a lifetime experience!

Schedule of events:
Friday Services @ 6:30 pm (led by Joey Weisenberg, Rabbi Rose and Cantor Vitells) are open to the public – followed by dinner (tickets required for dinner)
Saturday Services @ 9:15 am – followed by Kiddush lunch (open to the public, no tickets needed)
Saturday Afternoon Singing Circle @ 4:30 pm *
Sunday Workshop @ 10:00 am *
*Please see ticket prices below for these starred events.

Ticket Prices:
For members: Fees apply only for Shabbat dinner
For non-members: whole weekend: $36 per person includes dinner, services, afternoon with artist and singing workshop

Friday Night Shabbat Dinner:
Members: $12/adult; $8/child
Non-members: $15/adult; $10/child

Saturday Afternoon Singing Circle – light food & drink:
Free for members
$10 non members

Sunday Singing Workshop (10am-12pm)
Free for members
$18 non members

No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Contact the Shaarie Torah office (503-226-6131) if you would like to attend and cost is a barrier.

Joey Weisenberg is the Creative Director of Hadar’s Rising Song Institute, and is the author of Building Singing Communities and The Torah of Music, winner of a 2017 National Jewish Book Award. He’s a multi-instrumentalist musician, singer and composer who has performed and recorded internationally with dozens of bands in a wide variety of musical styles.

Having come to cherish the imperfectly beautiful music of normal people singing together, Joey works to empower communities around the world to unlock their musical and spiritual potential, and to make music a lasting and joy-filled force in shul and in Jewish life.