Wherever and however we gather, we endure. Below are resources and local opportunities to connect virtually during Passover within the coming week.
Our Early Childhood teachers have some fun Passover sing alongs and crafts planned for next week! Be the first to watch them by subscribing to our YouTube Playlist here!
We know many families will have a different Seder this year – but it doesn’t have to be perfect – start with Matzah! We will have matzah available (one per PJ Library family, limited amount) starting Sunday! Contact Kate at kelder[at]jfgd.net, and we can coordinate a safe pick-up or drop-off. Looking for resources? Click here!
Jewish Federations of North America have collected all kinds of resources for how to host a virtual Seder this Passover. Click here for more information.
Synagogues & Jewish Community Organizations
Beth Abraham Synagogue
Global Gathering for Healing, Sunday April 5th at NOON. Rabbi Ginsberg also invites you to join us this Sunday at 12 noon EDT (and simultaneously across time zones), as Masorti/Conservative communities around the world convene for the Global Gathering for Healing. It’s easy to join: Click here for the Facebook event and participation link.
Havdalah Service April 11 via Zoom at 8:55PM. Link will be available in Beth Abraham’s email and on Beth Abraham’s Facebook page.
Check out “Rabbi’s Reflections” https://www.bethabrahamdayton.org/rabbis-reflections/ for regular reflections and Rabbi Ginsberg’s weekly Dvar Torah (Sermon)
Beth Jacob Synagogue
Tuesday & Thursday Classes with the Rabbi will be available via Skype. Please contact Rabbi Agar (929-202-3864) for more details.
The Rabbi will also be creating educational videos to watch at your leisure. More details on video access to follow.
Temple Beth Or
Streaming Second Seder: Temple Beth Or will provide the food, you set the table! The Temple will provide Seder meal boxes for pick up or delivery (if you are unable to come to the Temple). The cost will be dependent on you, however much you are willing or able to pay. As guidance, the cost to the Temple for each meal is $25.00. At 6:30 p.m., a Seder webcast featuring Rabbis Chessin and Ballaban will begin featuring your favorite prayers and songs. You can go to Temple Beth Or’s Facebook page or website to join the program.
Thursday, April 9 at 6:00pm – Rabbi Bodney Halasz leads a second night seder from her home. Details to access the meeting link will be posted on Temple’s Facebook page and website.
Congregation Anshe Emeth, Piqua
Virtual Second Night Seder
Services at Anshe Emeth will be held through Zoom.us as well for our Friday, April 18 service, led by Rabbinic Intern Caroline Sim.