Welcome moon lovers! Rosh Chodesh marks the beginning of the new month in the Hebrew calendar, which starts with the new moon. Traditionally, Rosh Chodesh was a space for women/menstruating folks to gather together, connect, and learn from one another.
At our Rosh Chodesh (or RoCho, for short) Cheshvan gathering, we discuss the spiritual energies of the upcoming month, join our voices in song, and connect with one another. Festive snacks and drinks will be served, but please feel free to bring along any other sustenance that you require.
This space celebrates and emphasizes femininity and is open to all who identify as women or non-binary.
For our gathering, please bring a journal, writing utensil, and your favorite cozy blanket.
PLEASE REVIEW OUR PROTOCOLS BEFORE YOU RSVP:
All attendees must be up-to-date on a complete course of COVID vaccinations, as their eligibility permits.
This event will be outdoors, so masking is optional. If you would prefer that everyone be masked, please email [email protected] to make that request.
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