Upcoming Events

Upcoming programs:

Shelter events are interspiritual, with a grounding in Jewish tradition. We particularly welcome those who have felt outside traditional religious settings, whether that is as a member of an interfaith family, LGBTQ+ folk or Spiritual but not Religious.

Shabbat Supper & Song
Friday, Nov. 18th @ 6:30 pm PST

We enter the mystical time of ensoulment with songs and chanting before breaking bread together and enjoying sabbath rest & relaxation. In addition to our prepared songs, feel free to bring music and instruments which speak to your soul!


Dwelling in the Luminous Dark
Wednesday, Nov. 23rd at 7 pm

Join Shelter For The Spirit for this monthly celebration, to reconnect with our natural rhythms, restore our resilience, and draw wisdom from the Divine Feminine. RSVP at the link below to receive the zoom link. This is a hybrid event. In person participation requires that you be fully vaccinated and masked. Email rivka@shelterforthespirit.com to RSVP for in person.


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Second Saturday Shabbat Service
Saturday, Jan 14th at 10:00 am (second Saturdays)

Shabbat services are grounded in the rhythms and traditions of the Jewish tradition, but will be deeply interspiritual, drawing on the wisdom of other traditions and the lived experiences of those who participate. Drenched in chanting and song, they invite us to celebrate our connections in Spirit and commitment to beloved community and mother earth.  Shabbat Service will be hybrid, with both local attendance and zoom access to those who cannot attend in person.


Saturday School: Spiritual Study for Grown Ups
Saturday, Jan 14th at 11:30 am PST (second Saturdays)

Sunday School is moving to Saturdays to follow up after Shabbat Services; come for both or only one.  In this monthly class we will weave the week’s Torah portion with the interspiritual wisdom of multiple traditions; how they are similar and different and what the mystics of various traditions can teach us about the Ineffable Source of Life. We will explore spirituality in relation to real world issues, like social justice and climate catastrophe. And we will explore new ways of understanding Spirit that are not bound by religious dogma. These sessions are hybrid.