Passover events at Chabad of Harford County

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Chabad of Harford County has several Passover events scheduled this weekend at the Chabad Center, 102 North Main St. For more information, call the Chabad at 443-353-9718 or visit http://www.harfordjewish.com/. Here are the details:

Apr. 7, 2012 – 10:00 am  Passover Morning Services
Saturday morning has traditionally been a time dedicated to meditation, prayer, deep thought and group learning. The Saturday morning prayers are explained and used as a source of inspiration for discussion and personal reflection.

Apr. 7, 2012 – 7:30 pm  Seder Doing your own seder? Here is a link to a how to and insights ( Click Here ).
Our Passover Seder is easy to follow, interactive, integrated with Kabbalistic insights, great food and Jewish humor and the atmosphere is always warm, homely and friendly. This is a Seder experience you will remember for a lifetime! Call 443-353-9718 to RSVP.

Apr. 8, 2012 – 10:00 am  Passover Morning Services
2nd day of Passover – a time to go free through prayer, Tefilah, and deep thought. The morning prayers are explained and used as a source of inspiration for discussion and personal reflection.

Other upcoming events include:

Apr. 18, 2012 – 7:30 pm  How to Like the Person You Love
Viewing Differences as Stepping Stones to Growth.  We love each other because of similarities and commonalities, whereas differences get between us and threaten to challenge this love. This class demonstrates how to use your differences as building blocks for a deeper, more profound relationship.

Apr. 20, 2012 – 6:30 pm  Kabbalat Shabbat – Tefillah
Friday evening we welcome peace and tranquility into our lives to last the week. With the use of spiritual insight we can turn a prayer book into a reflective inclusive experience filled with humour, meaning, song and niggun chant. Get comfortable and enjoy the experience.

Apr. 21, 2012 – 10:00 am  Shabbat Day Services
Services are traditional and conducted in Hebrew, with readings in English. In reality, each individual among us knows how he or she best communicates with G-d. At Chabad, the language you use or the pace you set for yourself are not of paramount importance.

Apr. 25, 2012 – 7:30 pm  Stop the Gossip
Cultivating a Slander-Free Mentality  Whether we do it out of peer pressure, to show people how much we know, or just to make ourselves look better, gossip is gossip, and it’s wrong. This lesson examines why people might talk badly about others and how we can cultivate a gossip-free mentality.

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