Weekly meditation with David Daniel Klipper

Dates: Wednesdays from December 21 through March 29 at 11:00am (Zoom only)

Following the initial six sessions of Mindfulness Meditation offered by David Daniel, by participant request, teachings and meditations are continuing. You are invited to join these sessions, whether or not you’ve attended any of the previous sessions. Subjects of recent sessions, taught by David Daniel as well as other participants, have included gratitude, doubt, dealing with anxiety and pain, and trust/faith. 

  • Sessions include a brief beginning meditation, a talk on a particular subject, followed by a guided meditation on that subject, then a discussion in which participants are welcome to join in, or just listen.
  • Occasionally a different person may teach and lead a meditation on a particular subject.
  • There is an opportunity to say a prayer for healing and Kaddish Yatom if anyone wishes.
  • Sessions are open to the Beth El community as well as the wider community. Participants are welcome to attend one or all sessions. There is no charge, but if participants find the sessions to have value for them, a donation to Beth El is encouraged.
  • Anyone interested can access the Zoom at this link.

David Daniel Klipper grew up in New York and worked as an investment banker for 24 years. In 2002 he changed course and became a chaplain, Jewish spiritual director, rabbinic pastor, and teacher of chaplains. In 2021, he began a two-year mindfulness meditation teacher training course and joined Congregation Beth El in 2022. He holds a B.A. from CCNY and an M.B.A. from Stanford University. David Daniel is married with two adult children, writes haiku and published a book of haiku from silent meditation retreats.

This program is sponsored by the Beth El Adult Ed Committee. For more information, call the Beth El office: 978-443-9622.