Redemption Comes At Night
When we think of redemption from Egypt, we may imagine the Israelites singing in gratitude after a narrow daytime escape through the Sea of Reeds. But when did the act of redemption actually occur? Does redemption refer to the moment in which we are actually made free or does it begin under the cover of night, the time of our deepest fear? This virtual session will span from Torah to Talmud to Hasidut as we dive into the darkness of night, looking for seeds of hope. After the text study, we will come together to sing as we explore the role opening our mouths and finding our voices plays in the process of redemption.
This program is in partnership with DC Minyan and Hadar.