Tehillim Group at Pico Shul Every Shabbat Afternoon

Pico Shul's Tehillim Group will gather at 1:30 pm every Shabbat after kiddush lunch.  All are welcome.  We have Hebrew and English sets of Tehillim.

Groups of people are saying Tehillim around the world together as a way to focus and amplify personal prayer, build a community of intention and support.   The Psalms become the lens that focuses our deepest hopes.

Join us as we recite the whole of Tehillim (Psalms of King David). Every week we set various intentions as a group.  In this difficult time, we are focusing our prayers towards the safety and security of Israel and the Jewish People.  However, we are collecting names for people who need to find their soul mate. 

What is this all about?

King David gave the Jewish people a great gift in writing these verses, of praise, request, frustration, joy and pain. The Psalms give each of us a chance to connect with God in a personal way. King David’s verses can help us by articulating the words that we didn’t even know we wanted to say. Helping us give true voice to our holy ambitions. These messages are timeless, linking us to our people, heritage and God in a beautiful and potent way.

Groups of people are saying Tehillim around the world together in the merit of bringing soul mates together, shalom bayit (peace between spouses) and so much more.

We will include the name you submitted among those we read at our weekly group.

 Obviously if you are able to join the group in person we welcome your participation.

We will periodically update the list so please let us know if the person whose name you submitted gets engaged or married. We can't wait to share the Mazel Tov with you!

 

Please Contact me with any questions.  Rachel@picoshul.org 

If the mother doesn't have a Hebrew name, or you don't know it, please use her given name.

If the mother doesn't have a Hebrew name, or you don't know it, please use her given name.
 

Please let us know the reason you are adding the person to the list. (i.e. Shidduch, healing, safe travels).

 

Please make a donation in the merit of everyone finding a soul mate!, healing etc!

Please write in the amount you would like to donate.

 

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Group is coordinated by Aviva Curran - reach her on Facebook!

To get involved:

Jon the Facebook Group

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