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107 W. Barcelona

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 HaMakom’s 100th Continuing Education Presentation 

Unconventional Traditionalists: The Correspondence between Reb Zalman and Thomas Merton

What do a yeshiva educated Hasid turned renegade rabbi and an unbeliever turned cloistered Trappist monk have in common? As it turns out, quite a bit. Come learn, as Professor Victoria Erhart lectures on the exchange of letters between the two men, spanning 1961-1968 and ending only with the untimely death of Thomas Merton in a hotel room in Bangkok. The two men used each other as sounding boards to explore emerging ideas in prayer, meditation, and engagement in the pressing world problems of their day. Both men shared a deep interest in mysticism, and both shared insights they had gathered from their studies in other religious traditions. While this productive ecumenical relationship seems the norm today, in the early 1960s it was nothing short of extraordinary and bears investigation to see what their letters can teach us today.

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Welcome to HaMakom

HaMakom Means “The Place”

It is one of God’s names.

We are a community of lovingkindness guided by Jewish principles. We are not exactly a synagogue nor a chavurah. We are a community that wants to draw near to God through prayer, i.e. developing a relationship to the numinous; learning that helps us to discern between ego and God; and tikkun olam, the way to turn compassion into action.

Our services are a renewal of traditional practices that weave prayer, learning, singing, and conversation to create religious experience.

HaMakom is welcoming to all.  We welcome you to attend our Shabbat services, holiday celebrations, lectures, and other activities. Consider a membership in our spirited community.


Join us to reclaim your spiritual center every Saturday at 9:45 AM.  Torah service begins around 11:00 AM.  We discuss the Torah parsha around 11:45 AM. Our Oneg is a community potluck served around 12:30 following Kiddush. Please bring a kosher/vegetarian dish to share with 4 -5 people.
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Listen to a radio interview with Rabbi Malka Drucker. She speaks of her second career as rabbi after being a writer, and of her Sageing work:  

http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/88986/think-its-too-late-to-change-careers-from-writer-to-rabbi-and-onto-sageing.’

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