Rimonim

Rimonim is the Hebrew word for "pomegranates." Every pomegranate holds hundreds of seeds full of vibrant color, sweetness, and vitality waiting to burst forth into the world. Jewish tradition teaches us that the seeds inside each pomegranite represent the 613 good deeds that one must accomplish in life. Just as one good deed leads to another, we hope that this sacred musi implants in you the seeds to inspire your own acts of loving-kindness.

Join with us on the second Friday of each month for a musical Shabbat service that reaches into your soul through song, prayer, and dance. Dress is casual, and the service is open to everyone. Come as you are. Leave transformed.

RIMONIM 2017-2018 DATES
Friday, September 8
Friday, October 13
Friday, November 10
Friday, December 8
Friday, January 12
Friday, February 9
Friday, March 9
Friday, April 13
Friday, May 11
Friday, June 8

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Listen to the Rimonim soundtrack now:
Produced by Cantor Phil Caron and Chris Hardin

1. Fly Away (Ara Dinkjian)
2. Shalom Aleichem (Shmuel Brazil)
3. Y'did Nefesh (Ehud and Sara Zweig)
4. L'chu N'ran'nah (R. Zirotkin)
5. Shiru L'Adonai (Psalm 96) (Shlomo Carlebach)
6. Ohr Zarua (traditional)
7. Shiru L'Adonai (Psalm 98) (Moshe Nathanson)
8. Havu L'Adonai (Shlomo Carlebach)
9. L'cha Dodi (Phil Baron and Chris Hardin)
10. Ahavat Olam (Eric Mandell)
11. Mi Chamocha/Malchutcha (Stephen Schwartz, Phil baron and Noreen Green)
12. V'shamru (Moshe Rothblum)
13. Chatzi Kaddish (Phil Baron)
14. Aleinu (Phil Baron and Chris Hardin)
15. Adon Olam (Phil Baron and Chris Hardin)