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Outpouring of Jewish Women’s Music Connected to Redemption

BY breakingisraelnews.com

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Atlanta’s First ‘Geula Gathering’ Unites Jewish Women In Prayer, Song & Dance

BY timesofisrael.com

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Even Better Together: Personal Reflections On The Recent Geula Gatherings

BY lifeinthemarriedlane.com

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What is a Geula Gathering?

A Geula Gathering is an women’s event of song and prayer expressing our yearning for Geula.

 

Our Goal

To gather together in song and prayer to express our pure yearning that Hashem, our G-d, bring the Geula, The Final Redemption.

Our Message

We are ready! We are ready! We are ready! Ein od Milvado! There is nothing but You, Hashem! We only want You!

Our Path

Through the process of gathering in our creativity, combining song and prayer, we unite in one yearning.

Our Secret weapon

Hope. We follow in the footsteps of Miriam, who taught the women to handcraft tambourines – even in the midst of slavery! She had absolute belief in Hashem’s salvation.

Video presentation with words of inspiration
from Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi

The women are gathering!

It’s pretty simple. For thousands of years we have been yearning and now we are closer than ever. We can’t take much more. Geula is so close and it’s up to the women to help us cross the threshold. We are ushering in a new era of Geula. And this is just the beginning!

Join Ner Echad to unite with thousands of Jewish women at candle-lighting time each week. SIMPLE. AUTOMATED. POWERFUL.

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We can do this!

“More than the gatherings themselves, it is the working together that will make the Geula possible.”
Geula Gathering is the result of the Nedivas Lev, generous gifts of the heart, from the hundreds of women who are working on this project. There are DJ’s and artists, designers and organizers, speakers and writers, social media managers and musicians. This entire site and every ounce of this project is the combined volunteer effort of all who want to participate. What we have in common is our love for Hashem and our yearning for Geula.