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, May 20th at 6:30 pm (third Fridays)

We will come together for Shabbat Suppers to welcome the angels, as we draw in that extra measure of spirit and engage in the revolutionary act of rest.  We will sing, chant and enter contemplative space before the sabbath meal and conversation. While grounded in Jewish tradition, you do not need to be Jewish to participate. These are local, intimate & in person gatherings; this is not a hybrid event. To attend you must be vaccinated & boosted.  We will be masked (when not eating), on our heated patio, which accommodates physical distancing.


Dwelling in the Luminous Dark: New Moon Celebration
Monday, May 30th at 7 pm PST

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 in the indoor spaces.


Sunday School: Spiritual Study for Grown Ups
Sunday, June 12th at 4 pm PST (& on second Sundays)

For most folks their understanding of spirituality is limited to the lessons and images intended for children. In this monthly class we will explore 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 religion 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 fully online, not in person. This month’s theme: Decolonizing the Clobber Texts.


To ask questions about any programs: