Each week, we’ll be posting the necessary links and materials to worship together from our own homes. New to Zoom? Check out tips here. For online security, all temple services and classes utilize a “virtual waiting room.” Please be sure to join with your first and last name so we know who you are and let you in!
This week’s services are listed below. Looking for a past service? Recent Friday night recordings can be found here.
Friday, January 22 at 6:00p
On Tu B’Shevat, we celebrate the environment and the beauty and bounty of the Earth. Observed on the 15th (tu) of the month of Shevat, the holiday traditionally recognized the blooming of the trees and the start of the agricultural cycle in Israel. Join Green Team members for an informal discussion of current projects and opportunities for action, outreach, and education this spring and summer. We welcome your ideas and enthusiasm.
Shabbat Evening Service
Friday, January 22 at 6:30p
As Tu B’Shevat approaches, we gather for a Shabbat service with environmental flair led by Rabbis Diamondstein, Goldstein and Roos, and Cantor Croen.
Saturday, January 23 at 10:15a
Join us for a brief Shabbat morning service that provides those who are saying Kaddish an opportunity to be in community. The link below works for Torah Study beginning at 9:15a; Kaddish Minyan will be at 10:15a.
Spiritual Recharge Shacharit with Rabbi Diamondstein
Feeling weighed down by the challenges and craziness of 2020? Feeling spiritually exhausted? Rabbi Diamondstein is, too! If you’re in search of a regular practice to help recharge your spiritual batteries, look no further. Three mornings a week, Rabbi Diamondstein will be opening his Zoom room for 30 minutes so that we can all have a safe and quiet space to pray, meditate, wrap tefillin or don a tallit, and get back in touch with our souls. Whether you’re an experienced pray-er or a novice, come as you are and start your day with intentionality. For more on the ‘why’ of this new prayer space, check out Rabbi Diamondstein’s sermon on spiritual exhaustion.