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Upcoming Virtual Programs - Links Updated At Least 15 Minutes Prior To Each Event!(Past events are at the bottom of this page!)

To access an event online, click the event below. If you want to call-in instead, dial +1 929 436 2866 and use the last nine digits of the URL for your meeting ID.

We will learn a little text together, have some space for silence, and then have an opportunity to talk about our feelings connected to observing Passover in this difficult time. 

Though we can't join together in-person as we remember our relatives and friends this coming Passover, we will offer a modified Yizkor service before Yom Tov begins. Please join the Beth El clergy as we recite traditional Yizkor prayers, a communal El Malei for all of our loved ones who we wish to remember, and then conclude with a memorial prayer in place of Kaddish when there is no minyan.

Mishnah Yomit

Now that there is not minyan, we have created an alternative for those among us saying kaddish. There is a custom during the 12 months of mourning, or on a yahrzeit, to learn Mishnah in the memory of the deceased. The letters of the word Mishnah (mem-shin-nun-heh) when rearranged spell the word neshamah (nun-shin-mem-heh), soul. Therefore, we learn Mishnah to elevate the souls of those we wish to remember. Over the next few weeks, we will offer the opportunity for a twice-daily, 10-minute Mishnah study with Rabbis Schuck and Sitkin (and perhaps even some surprise guest teachers!). We will then have an opportunity to share the names of our loved ones aloud and recite a communal prayer together in their memory.

 

* Friday evening Mishnah Yomit will be at 5:45pm followed by Kabbalat Shabbat at 6pm - see our livestream section for the link 

*Please note that neither Mishnah Yomit session will take place on Shabbat.

 
 

Recordings of Past Virtual Events

Wed, April 8 2020 14 Nisan 5780