Poets, Kabbalists, rabbis, and scholars speak about the mystical strain of Judaism, popularly called Kabbalah. This series of short, lunchtime gallery talks is inspired by the work of Annabeth Rosen, whose practice draws on cycles of destruction and creation. This week, Rabbi Mychal Copeland discusses reading the Zohar in a Queer context.
Rabbi Mychal Copeland is the rabbi at Congregation Sha’ar Zahav in San Francisco. She speaks and writes about the inclusion of LGBTQI people and interfaith families in religious life.
Learn more about The Mystical Voice: Rabbi Mychal Copeland on Queering Kabbalah
Audience: All Ages
Full Price (incl. fees): $16.00