IN-PERSON SERVICES RESUME JUNE 18!
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A Message from Rabbi David K. Holtz:
Dear TBA Families,
I’m always proud of our membership for showing up when other ethnic groups are under attack. I hope that we are as well represented when we are the ones facing discrimination and violence.
Please join me tonight, Monday, June 7 at 7:00 pm at the Mid-Westchester JCC for the Community Gathering Against Hate and Anti Semitism. Click HERE to register.
On a much happier note, we are preparing to re-open the doors at TBA! Our congregational family has remained open and available all the way through the pandemic, and now it’s time for the building to be open as well. The construction, especially the torn-up black-top leading up the hill, has slowed us down a bit, but we’re excited to have us all get back together. We were aiming for the first Shabbat of July, and now, with the continued improvement in conditions, we’re hoping to bring that forward two-weeks, to mid-June. We’ll have the details for you by tomorrow’s meeting. The Cantor and I appreciate your understanding that things change quickly, and that while we are eager to worship together in person, we know it’s important to do it in a way that makes all of our members feel comfortable being in the building.
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.
Rabbi David Holtz
Leading the Community
The First Synagogue in Westchester to Eliminate Dues and Move to a Contribution Model (Read more)
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Join us at these upcoming events:
the June 26 Movie has been
Moved to July
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Please remember that, even when we are not physically together, we are still a deeply interconnected community. If you have something you need, or you just need to talk, PLEASE contact us. Together we will weather the storm.