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JANUARY SERVICES ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to Covid concerns, all scheduled Friday night and Saturday morning services will be held via Zoom during the month of January.

CLICK HERE for January 2022 schedule of services.

Friday evening services Zoom link

CLICK HERE to join Friday night services via Zoom.

Saturday morning services Zoom link

CLICK HERE to join Saturday morning services via Zoom.

Shabbat Weekly Services Prayerbooks

 

The Friday evening prayerbook is Mishkan T'Filah.

The Saturday morning prayerbook is Sim Shalom.

Please contact Rabbi Bickhardt if you need to borrow a prayerbook for services.

Congregation Mekor Shalom - Tampa, FL

CLICK HERE  to join the virtual minyan at Congregation Mekor Shalom in Tampa, Florida, to assist in having a minyan to observe a member's yahrzeit.

CLICK HERE for the liturgy for the service.

For more information, please contact Chaplain Barry Pitegoff at Barryp227@gmail.com.

Resource for those with memory challenges and their caregivers

Minyan Ahavah reaches out to people with memory loss and their caregivers. We will hold our next virtual Kabbalat Shabbat (welcoming the Sabbath) service on FridayJanuary 28, at 5 pm. Cantor Josh and I will lead the service. We would love to see you there.

 You can log in at 5 pm, or even better, at 4:45 pm, for a schmooze. A really nice way to begin the Sabbath is with a bit of chat with others. So join us early! Zoom link is below.

 Want to bring a friend or relative to the Kabbalat Shabbat service? Please do! Just forward them the link.

 Here’s a way for you to participate in the service: we are going to ask you to hold up a favorite red itemIt can be a sock, or a scarf, or an apple! We will ask you to tell us in a few words why you like it.

 During the Mi Sheberach prayer for healing, you will be able to type in the names of the people for whom you are wishing a speedy recovery. I will read them aloud.

 Also, during the mourner’s Kaddish, the Jewish memorial prayer, you can type in the names of relatives or friends whom you are memorializing.

 We look forward to greeting on Friday January 28, at 5 pm, or a few minutes earlier, for a Kabbalat Shabbat service.

 Any questions? Write to me, at juhauptman@jtsa.edu.

 Here is the Zoom link for Friday January 28. Join us, starting at 4:45 pm:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2126732096?pwd=NmtPK3FmaW5wcnR6djZPQ2tTTGhRUT09

Meeting ID: 212 673 2096

Passcode: 2126732096

To join our e/m list for future notifications, send your e/m address to

Sheryl Harawitz, our Zoom host, at:  sherylnyc@gmail.com.  

Wed, January 26 2022 24 Shevat 5782