Welcome to the Center for Spiritual Well-being
We are a community project currently located at Beth Sholom Congregation, in Elkins Park, PA and marked our official launch in March. The vision of the Center for Spiritual Well-being is that the most deeply felt needs and aspirations of all individuals can find a home that embraces the mind, body and spirit, when surrounded by those who share their deepest yearnings.
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Explore Our Classes & Programs
The Center for Spiritual Well-being can offer a connection to giving back to others spiritually and emotionally. We offer programs, support groups and classes that engage individuals who are seeking mental, emotional and spiritual, support and well-being.
Chanting & Meditation
Open heart and soul. Reduce stress in mind and body. Create community around healing and transformation.
Lectures that bring thought-provoking and inspirational speakers to the Center for Spiritual Well-being. These can include community leaders that spark discussions and reflection in our self and our community.
Why might you come to a Healing Service? Deepen your prayer life & divine connection. Seek support when facing life challenges. Foster connection to others
Jefferson-Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine Hosted by the Center for Spiritual Well-being presents an 8-week course in Mindfulness Meditation. Reduce stress, relieve pain, and enhance wellness.
Monday Night Spiritual Learning
Learn the history & basic principles of Mussar and the rudiments of Heshbon HaNefesh.
Emotional and spiritual support from our Rabbis and Cantor who support people in their pain, loss and anxiety, and their triumphs, joys and victories.
This is an umbrella group for many social action activities such as providing food for the needy, environmental issues, helping the sick and social issues. The committee provides congregants with information about social and political issues, consistent with those identified by USCJ and/or the Rabbinical Assembly. It shall undertake and promote opportunities founded upon the Jewish principles of gemilut hasadim (good deeds) and Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).
We offer various support groups through the CSWB. These groups usually consist of people with similar problems who meet to give support, practical advice, and encouragement to the people who participate in the group.
Torah & Yoga
Torah and Yoga with Leah Weisman. Healing Service with a Beth Sholom Rabbi.