Rachel Rose Reid

Rachel Rose ReidAn exploration of our relationship with the
Feminine in Hebrew sacred texts, stories and history


Friday 29 March 2019: 7.30pm
A Tisch of Tales

Saturday 30 March 2019: 10am
Learning Circle and Meditation

St Luke’s Church, 61 Aylsham Road, Norwich

Kohenet Rachel works to create meaningful connections that extend beyond personal and cultural differences. She facilitates workshops and devotion in a wide variety of Jewish and multi-faith settings from Burning Man to Greenbelt Festival.

She is co-creator of Yelala (www.yelala.co.uk), and is the Spiritual Educator for Sadeh, the UK’s only Jewish farm and environmental community, based in Kent.  In our Saturday Circle, we have a unique opportunity to learn how to identify feminine archetypes that lie in sacred texts, exploring them through experiential practice, silent meditation and devotional chant, sacred text study, and discussion.

As a professional storyteller, Rachel has written and performed for Billy Bragg, BBC Radio 3, the London Symphony Orchestra, and is a winner of the UK Young Storyteller of the Year. Raised on a stew of immigrant oral tradition, English folk music, and concrete jungle, we invite you to join us on Friday evening for a Tisch of Tales, in which Rachel will share some of her favourite spoken word, story, and song. Poetic Jewish liturgy often refers to the Sabbath herself as a Bride or a Queen. A Tisch is an East-European Jewish custom of welcoming the Sabbath Bride with joy, a special treat from the “Queen of the New Wave of storytellers” (BBC Radio 3).

Click here for the brochure with full details.
Click here to book your place!

Howard, 27/12/2018