Shabbat Service on ZOOM with Rabbi Ruz Gulko

Date(s) - 09/23/2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


TAO – Temple Adath Or – is a community of light. A Kabbalah-based community, TAO is led by Rabbi Marc Labowitz, a visionary leader bringing his warmth, wisdom and wit to us at weekly Shabbat services.

We are so happy that this week’s special guest is Rabbi Ruz Gulko.

On the Pilgrimage Festivals – Pesach, Shavuot, and Succot, Jews traditionally “went up” to God by ascending to Jerusalem to make their sacrifices and expressing their joy and thanksgiving. On the High holidays, our tradition teaches, God “comes down” to us. What does this mean? The nearness of God is one of the most important themes of these holidays.

TAO  meets at 6:00 PM on the 1st and 3rd Fridays monthly at the Old Davie School Historical Museum  6650 Griffin Rd, Davie, FL  (less than 1 mile west of Griffin Rd exit on the Turnpike)

TAO North, until further notice, meets on ZOOM at 6:00 PM on the 2nd and 4th Fridays monthly.  We are getting close to finalizing our Delray Beach location very soon.

All of TAO’s services are available to everyone everywhere on Facebook


About Rabbi Ruz

Ruz Gulko is a master educator, rabbi and chazzanit who has worked with most of the Jewish educational and religious institutions in the greater Seattle area since moving to Seattle in 1984. She has taught Judaic Studies and Hebrew at many different levels, and has worked training teachers, writing curricula, teaching in the general community and nationally.

In 2007, Ruz founded Gan Argaman, conducting from her home a Jewish educational lab and experimental school for students of all ages. Her student-centered, innovative approach to Jewish learning informs everything she does, with a particular passion for Torah’s radically humanistic & feminist message.

Ruz has also worked with Seattle Jewish Family Services, training clinical therapists in basic Judaism, and leading Rosh Chodesh ceremonies for survivors of domestic violence, and co-officiating at the Community Special Passover Seder.

She believes that if only people would sit down together and study Torah and eat chocolate, we could achieve world peace!





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