New Moon Union

The Jewish Collaborative of Orange County is delighted to partner with Realize Paradise each month for New Moon Union.

When does New Moon Union Take Place?

New Moon Union occurs at the beginning of each Hebrew month on Rosh Hodesh. The next program is Sunday, April 11 | New Moon Union ~ Iyar, from 6:30 – 8:00pm (PDT). Click here to join on Zoom.
Event dates and links can be found below.

What is New Moon Union?

Realize Paradise: New Moon Union is an online immersive multimedia experience in a feel-free environment. An invitation to let yourself have the renewal experience you want from the safety of your own space. Rest or rise up, dance or demure, chant or chill…be YOU.

Join Kohenet Rachel Kann, Virtuosa Cellist and Broadway performer, Laura Melnicoff, and video artist Nitzan Saar for a Virtual New Moon Circle offering creative praise that has something for everyone.

Program includes guided grounding, poetry, drumming, chanting, DJing, magical music, and multi-sensory art, for a Rosh Hodesh celebration like none other.

This is a Pay-What-You-Like experience in support of Realize Paradise artists—all are welcome and desired. Please join us! To support the Realize Paradize New Moon Union programming click here.

Dates and Times:

All times listed are Pacific time zone.

Sunday, April 11 | Rosh Hodesh Iyar at 6:30pm. Click here to join on Zoom.

Tuesday, May 11 | Rosh Hodesh Sivan at 6:30pm. Click here to join on Zoom.

Wednesday, June 8 | Rosh Hodesh Tammuz at 6:30pm. Click here to join on Zoom.

Sunday, July 11 |Rosh Hodesh Av at 6:30pm. Click here to join on Zoom.

Saturday August 7 | Rosh Hodesh Elul at 7:00pm in conjunction with JCoOC’s Havdallah Together. Click here to join on Zoom.

Tuesday, October 5th | Rosh Hodesh Cheshvan at 6:30pm. Click here to join on Zoom.

Wednesday, November 3 | Rosh Hodesh Kislev at 6:30pm. Click here to join on Zoom.

Saturday, December 4 | Rosh Hodesh Tevet at 6:30pm in conjunction with JCoOC’s Havdallah Together. Click here to join on Zoom.

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