Sunday Studio

Join Kohenet Ketzirah and special guests for drop-in classes exploring the sacred arts from a Jewish perspective. Perfect for the witchy-Jew and the Jewish witch.

These 90 minute classes are designed to be drop-in style, so you can come to what appeals to you — but no ongoing commitment is required.

Upcoming topics will include:

  • Sigils
  • Circle Casting
  • Jewish bible magick
  • Amulets & Amulet Making
  • Correspondences for ritual, magick, and art

More information to come!
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  • Kohenet Ketzirah Lesser has a profound sense of how to create ritual that is meaningful, well-structured, and resonant with contemporary needs. Ketzirah weaves traditional material as well as new prayers, songs, and stories into her ritual work. Her combination of ritual leadership and research skills makes her a wonderful teacher who can fully prepare her students for the art of weaving ritual. (Rav Kohenet Rabbi Jill Hammer)
  • Ketzirah is a brilliant teacher and scholar. A scholar in the traditional sense but also a scholar of magical crafts that aren't often valued in our society. That's why her offerings are so essential. She weaves the witchy ways of Judaism into our daily lives, invites us to examine our values and offer practices to integrate the two. These lessons have been essential in my spiritual development in ways I continue to uncover. (Kohenet Rebekah Erev)
  • Ketzirah is a generous educator and powerful ritualist who I've had the honor to sit in space with in a number of very important moments. Ketzirah's teachings are crystal clear and easy to grasp. She makes ritual tangible for the the beginner in us and deepens the learning scaffolding for the experienced ritualists among us. (Kohenet Shoshana Brown)
  • Kohenet Ketzirah's guidance in ritual [craeft?] was a beautiful mix of the practical and the spiritual. The study itself was uplifting and, although I had some experience in ritual leadership, I hadn't known before Ketzirah, what it truly meant to craft ritual, rather than just conducting it. Her work is somehow grounded, ethereal, whimsical, creative, and intellectual, all at once. (Kohenet Liviah Wessley)
  • Ketzirah is, among many things, a prophetess for the sacred arts. In her Ritual Craft class she has created an organized, thoughtful format for the ways of creating ritual that I didn't know exactly how to articulate and I'm so grateful she did! Having these tools makes the work of ritual easeful and transformative. (Kohenet Bekah Starr)
  • Kohenet Ketzirah is brilliant in realms of ritual! She brings depth of creativity, clarity and humor to all she weaves and it is such a great joy to share and be guided in ritual realms by her! (Rav Kohenet Taya Ma)