Singer/Songwriter, Liturgical Artist, Spiritual Guide

Schedule

HANNA TIFERET’S SCHEDULE FOR 2013-2014

Friday, October 18, 7:00-8:00 PM. Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet at Wellesley College, Houghton Chapel
with Hana Kahn, Carl Woolf and Mimi Rhys. Oneg Shabbat following service.

 

Friday, November 1, 7:30 PM. Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet in the Peck Room, Andover Newton Theological School,
with Hana Kahn, Carl Woolf, Mimi Rhys, and Josef Kottler.

 

Saturday, November 16, 10:00 AM. Shabbat Morning Service
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet in the Peck Room, Andover Newton Theological School.
Lunch and Learn follows with Laura Wolfe on “Jewish Genealogy and Your Family Stories.”

 

Saturday, November 23, 10:00 AM. Bar Mitzvah – Gabriel Damsky
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet.
Hellenic Cultural Center, 25 Bigelow Ave., Watertown, MA

 

Friday, January 31, 7:30 PM. Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet and Guest Teacher, Rabbi Suri Krieger
in the Peck Room, Andover Newton Theological School.

 

Saturday, February 15, 10:00 AM. Shabbat Morning Service</>
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet in the Peck Room, Andover Newton Theological School.
Lunch & Learn Potluck with Mimi Rhys on the new Community Chevra Kaddisha.

 

Friday, February 28, 7:30pm Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet in the Peck Room, Andover Newton Theological School.

 

Friday, March 7, 7:30 PM. Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet in the Peck Room, Andover Theological School.

 

Saturday, March 15, 5:00 PM. PURIM CELEBRATION
First Parish Church, 50 Church St., Waltham, MA

 

Saturday, March 22, 10:00 AM. Bar Mitzvah – Max Gelbert
Service led by Eshet Hazon Julie Leavitt and Rabbi Hanna Tiferet
in Wilson Chapel, Andover Newton Theological School.

 

Saturday, April 26. Shabbat Morning Service
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet.
First Parish Church, 50 Church Street, Waltham, MA

 

Thursday, May 1, 7-9 PM. Rabbi Hanna’s Tiferet sheb’Tiferet Celebration
First Parish Church, 50 Church St., Waltham, MA
Tiferet sheb’Tiferet is the 17th day of the Omer. It is the day of pure heartfelt compassion when all the world is vibrating with the heart chakra of Tiferet. We will sing, chant, dance, learn, and open to the love that we are. $10 suggested donation to cover expenses.

Friday, May 2, 7:30 PM. Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Service led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet.
First Parish Church, 50 Church Street, Waltham, MA

 

Friday-Sunday, May 9-11. ANNUAL B’NAI OR COMMUNITY RETREAT
“And They Shall Come to My Holy Mountain” led by Rabbi Hanna Tiferet and Rabbi Daniel Siegel.
Camp Yavneh, Northwood, NH

 

Sunday, May 18, 1-4 PM. LAG B’OMER PICNIC AND ART EXHIBIT in Lincoln
Led by the participants in Rabbi Hanna’s “The Art of Torah” class.

 

THE ART OF TORAH WORKSHOP
Rabbi Hanna Tiferet is offering a monthly class this year called, The Art of Torah. We will learn Torah together in the context of the artist within you. Whether your artform is painting, music, dance, poetry, drama, carpentry, cooking, photography or…. Everyone is welcome. In honor of B’nai Or’s “Year of the Heart,” we will study Jewish texts related to the theme of Love. This monthly class will culminate in May with an exhibit and presentation of the creative expressions inspired by the texts you studied.
Location: October 23, October 30, November 20 – Kathy Diamond, Watertown, MA
Location: January 29, February 19, March 19 – Cece Fins, Newton, MA
7-9pm

Cost for Members: $50 for the series or $10 per session.
Cost for Non-members: $60 for the series or $12 per session.
Checks should be made payable to Hanna Tiferet Siegel and brought to workshop.

 

RUACH HA’ARETZ, July 7-13, 2014.Canby Grove Retreat Center in Canby,Oregon.
ruachhaaretz.com/Signature_Retreat/SignatureRetreatMain.html

“M’lo Kol Ha’Aretz K’vodo: The Beauty of Creation and the Creation of Beauty”

“Kol HaKavod” with Rabbis Hanna Tiferet and Daniel Siegel

“Kol HaKavod” is a spontaneous expression of praise and encouragement used to acknowledge the accomplishment of an individual. Kavod has many meanings including honor, respect, and glory. It is the foundation of moral behavior and the gateway to Shekhina Consciousness. Kavod guides us in our relations with the Earth and asks us to open our hearts and expand our minds in holy dialogue and communion with all of Creation. Each day of our class, we will explore different aspects of Kavod through the wisdom of our liturgy, classical texts, and personal practice.

The class is complete in itself for all who wish to attend. For Smicha students, we will continue the exploration and create “Sefer Kol HaKavod” together with each person developing a chapter of the book as his/her summer assignment. There will be a Conference Call scheduled for the middle and the end of the six weeks that follow. In addition, Reb Daniel and Rabbi Hanna will be available for consultation during the writing phase of the project. This class will qualify for a unit of elective credit in Rabbinic texts, Hassidut, or becoming a Kli Kodesh.