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Sober Shabbat Kiddush Meditation

The Sabbath provides a beautiful opportunity to reflect, decompress, connect and move forward into our weekend and new week with intention. We want to be sure that those in recovery, also have a meaningful connection with the Sabbath and are able to say Kiddush without feeling uncomfortable or “other”, choosing to not have wine. Below is a beautiful Kiddush Meditation for those in recovery and their allies to begin their Shabbat Service written by HAMSA Information & Referral Specialist, Leslie Lubell. This meditation will be a part of the Sober Shabbat guide provided through our partnership with Temple Sinai and OneTable Atlanta to bring Sober Shabbat to young adults. If you want more info or would like to be a host contact Mandy Wright, HAMSA Program Manager, at awright@jfcsatl.org. Shabbat Shalom, we hope you enjoy.

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