Join Rabbi David Zaslow, Debra Zaslow, storyteller and embodied prayer leader, physical therapist and Nia black belt, Rachael Resch on Friday, February 8 at 7:30 – 9:00 PM and Saturday, February 9 at 10:30 AM till noon at the Havurah Synagogue. Rabbi David writes, “This Shabbat the Torah shifts from teaching us about our liberation from enslavement to building a sanctuary. What does this shift mean? It seems as though though Torah is trying to teach us that it’s one thing to be set free from a terrible situation, but it is another thing to stay free. To stay free requires each of us to have spiritual grounding, something that keeps us in place. A home is a form of grounding. A synagogue community is a form of grounding. Grounding, rootedness to the earth itself is represented when we build a sanctuary. Family, community, and the Havurah itself are all forms of sanctuary. The Havurah Synagogue is located at 185 N Mountain Ave., Ashland. Call 541-488-7716 for more info.