Congregation Brith Achim is moving forward into in-person activities at our Shul as our country moves into Spring — a time of renewal for all!
We started out in March with virtual activities: Torah study each Thursday night, Shabbat services each Friday night, Havdallah on select Friday nights and another “Coffee Kibbitz” on March 21 — all on Zoom. These events were great, not only for their spiritual benefits, but also to catch up with our neighbors that we miss so much at our building!
March 28 was a first step back into the Synagogue. The evening featured an in-person, distanced Passover Seder in our social hall that was also broadcast via Zoom for those who felt safer and more comfortable celebrating the holiday at home. The community spirit of a Passover gathering was also felt in our “to-go Seder,” available for those who wanted to share in the meal despite worshipping on-line.
Looking forward, April promises more efforts to get us into our beautiful building with activities that offer both on-line and in-person experiences.
April 17 is a Synagogue clean-up and landscaping day to revitalize our building after our long absence. We continue to offer online Shabbat services, Torah study, and Havdallah, but hope to do more on-site very soon! For information on any of these plans and activities, email email@example.com.
Be safe and feel blessed as we slowly emerge from the pandemic.