IN-PERSON SERVICES RESUME JUNE 18!
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A Message from Rabbi David K. Holtz:

Dear TBA Families,

We’re back!!!! As of this Friday night, we are able to hold services in-person at TBA! Our Shabbat services will return to our pre-pandemic schedule: Friday nights at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday mornings at 9:00 a.m. All services will take place in the large sanctuary so we can stream them. And we’re working on upgrading our stream and our Zoom so those of you who will still be participating from home will have at least the visual quality you’ve come to expect.

Though the CDC says that vaccinated folks do not need to wear masks at worship services (see “examples of indoor activities,” HERE), we are asking everyone who attends to wear a mask. This is to help ease the concerns of those who need some time to get comfortable once again being in large-group activities.

Though we’ll be worshipping together again, for the time being we’re going to continue to do many other things virtually. The ongoing construction in the building and the presence of large pieces of equipment moving about the parking lot and driveway during the day makes that a safer choice. And though the contractor could work around us, it would slow things down. The less we get in the way of the builders, the more ready we’ll be for Rosh Hashanah!

Construction Continues

A temporary wall goes in behind the windows of the old Classroom 13, and of the Executive Director’s and Educational Director’s old offices. This will secure the building so that the exterior wall and windows can be demolished to make way for the hallway from the elevator to the new enlarged upper lobby.

L’Shalom

Rabbi David Holtz


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Due to a scheduling conflict
the June 26 Movie has been
Moved to July 24

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Together we will weather the storm.

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