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Creating Connections During Challenging Times

Challenging times of coming together in person present unique but necessary opportunities support each other as a community. Below you’ll find multiple ways of connecting: through online programming to stimulate our minds; through online spiritual opportunities that stimulate our souls; through Hessed/Caring Community to support each other; and through online giving to support those who are alone during these solitary times.

Connecting through Hessed

These challenging times of social distancing mean that many of us do not get the social interaction we need to thrive— or even that some of our most basic needs are not being met. Please consider emailing our Hessed committee to see how you can help by making in-person visits to those who are in need (if appropriate), or by lifting others’ spirits over the phone.

Make a Donation to Support Our Community

Connecting through Giving

With limited social interaction, some members of our community- and the broader community- need extra financial support. Especially as we count the blessings of family being together and safe, please help us ensure that no one finds themselves in too great a need. Consider a donation to our TI Relief Fund, Rabbi Fish’s or Rabbi Silverman’s Discretionary Fund, or through a donation to a worthy cause such as Yad Chessed or Mazon.
If you find yourself in need of support, email Rabbi Fineberg in confidence.

Connecting with our Kids

Under the leadership of Dr. Ella Levy and Leisa Glass, our Religious School and Hertz Nursery School teachers and specialists are presenting an engaging set of programs— something for our kids every day of the week!

Connecting through Online Programming & Spirituality

Although our personal interactions are limited, our staff and team of volunteers have put together a robust slate of programs and opportunities to engage the body, mind, and soul. Please see our list of programs on the calendar.

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