OUR SHABBAT SERVICES ARE “GOING VIRTUAL”:
Dear Friends, while we will not be meeting in person for a while, we can remain connected, and we are now offering Shabbat Services via ZOOM. If you are not familiar with it, here are two useful beginner guides: Using Zoom for the Very First Time https://bit.ly/3bsaOjz (One correction: on most computers, you won’t need an external microphone or headset.) How to Participate in a Zoom Meeting: Using the “Attendee Controls” https://bit.ly/2Ul23lu If you would like to be added to our email database to receive service announcements and log-in information so that you can join us, please email email@example.com; we hope to “see” you there!
A message from Rabbi Jeremy Schwarz, March 19, 2020
Dear Friends, while we try to slow the spread of the coronavirus through social distancing, we need not practice social isolation. We will continue to build community, nourish our souls, and work to repair the world. Our Rabbi and a committee will be working on setting up virtual Shabbat connections for our congregation. Our learning also continues. Jewish Explorations families will be receiving weekly emails with activities and suggestions, from our talented Morot (teachers). The Introduction To Judaism and Tikkun Olam classes and the Mussar Va’ad will continue to meet by ZOOM. The Windham Area Interfaith Working Group will be meeting virtually, and as you’ve seen, we continue to find ways to support our neighbors, such as the Covenant Soup Kitchen, virtually. Please stay sane and healthy, and know that I am available if you’d like to connect. Rav Jeremy, firstname.lastname@example.org
To Our Wonderful Community, March 18, 2020
While we realize that everyone is doing their best to follow the recommended guidelines that will help minimize the spread of Covid-19 (hand washing, social distancing, etc.), we also understand that as a religious organization, we have additional responsibilities to the community; the most important, the well-being of our members; to that end, and to help our congregation minimize any unintentional spread of this virus, we have made the decision to cancel services and events until further notice.
We remain available by phone and email (provided below) for any members of the community who need us. We will keep you updated as the situation develops and more information becomes available to us.
Rabbi Jeremy Schwartz, President Anne Willenborg
The Temple is not open to the public at this time.
Please call or email. 860-423-3743; email@example.com
Come join in our journey!