For the past two weeks we’ve been holding a virtual Children’s Shabbat Service and a separate virtual Morning Shabbat Service online with Rabbi Heath. Two weeks ago we experimented with Facebook Live and it was ok but a little tough for some. Last week we used Zoom for both the Children’s Shabbat Service and Morning Shabbat Service. It worked very well and all those in attendance were happy with the service and felt it was a great alternative to in person morning services in light of our current stay at home restrictions.
The virtual Shabbat Services continue again this week (Saturday, April 4) with the Children’s Shabbat Service at 9am (lasting about 30 minutes) and the Morning Shabbat Service at 10am (lasting about an hour). Please consider joining us as we all work together and try to add a bit of normalcy in an otherwise crazy time! At this point, you should have received an email with information on how to connect to our services or if you are on our private Facebook page you should have received an Invite to an Event for each service with a Zoom Link to the Service in the event.
While Zoom is best used with a laptop or computer, it can also be used with a smart phone for video or even a flip phone if you just want to call in to listen. Whatever your technological abilities we can find a way to help you connect to our services. If you haven’t received an invitation or are not on Facebook please send an email to Mike Peckman and I’d be glad to help you out (don’t forget to tell me who you are in the message in case you are not in my contacts).
*NOTE: If the links above don’t work for you then you don’t have access to our PRIVATE congregation Facebook page and would need that for access. If you have Facebook and are a member of the congregation then I can help get you access. Just text me!