Upcoming appearances:
  • The Blessings and the Curses of Memory

    10 AM, Sunday, May 29, Unity of Whidbey
    5671 Crawford Road, Langley, WA

    How we define ourselves through our memories both supports and limits our identity. A fitting focus for Memorial Day Weekend. Music by Stephen Merritt
  • Blessing as a Path to Awakening

    7 PM, Friday, June 10, Whidbey Unitarian Universalist
    20103 WA Hwy 525, Freeland, WA

    Opening the gates of the heart through teaching, song, chanting, silence, and meditation. Music by Stephen Merritt, Jenny and Jack Heutmaker.
  • The Invisible Torah: Hidden in Plain Sight
    Makom Ohr Shalom Shabbat Celebration and Reunion

    10 AM - 5 PM, June 18, Bethel Lutheran Church
    17500 Burbank Blvd, Encino, CA

    Rabbi Ted will be sharing a teaching as part of the morning Torah service and conducting a workshop in the afternoon for the congregation he formed in 1978. For more information, contact Marcy Perlmutter at 818-909-0397.

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Spiritual guide, author, teacher and therapist

Rabbi Ted Falcon, PhD, chosen as one of the Jewish Daily Forward's Most Inspiring Rabbis of 2014, has been a student and teacher of Jewish meditation and Kabbalah for over forty years. With gentleness and humor, he offers unique insight into spirituality while deeply affirming the integrity of each individual being.
As part of the Interfaith Amigos, Rabbi Ted explores the frontiers of interfaith spirituality. Karen Armstrong calls their "exuberant and courageous" second book, Religion Gone Astray: What We Found at the Heart of Interfaith, "an inspiration and example for all of us in these sadly polarized times."

Passover serves as a paradigm of the journey from enslavement to freedom. Ideally, it awakens us not only to our own enslavements, but to the suffering of others as well. There is a clear ethical imperative arising from our experience as slaves.

from Weekly Torah Focus

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