Connections

Wednesday, April 1, 2020–Clergy Check-In!
Our Virtual Passover is Coming … so join Rabbi Nichols while she invites you to a community-wide effort to make this Passover special.

 


Tuesday, March 31, 2020–Clergy Check-In!
Rabbi Weiner doing his Daily Check-In and discussing “The 23rd Psalm–The Good Shepherd”
All Daily Check-Ins will be posted on YouTube in a separate playlist.

 



Monday, March 30, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Cantor Schloss’ share of “Prayers of Healing” through song
All Daily Check-Ins will be posted on YouTube in a separate playlist.

 


Sunday, March 29, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Rabbi Nichols is “Thanking Healthcare Workers” … and so are we all! Thank you!
All Daily Check-Ins will be posted on YouTube in a separate playlist.

 


Friday, March 27, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Rabbi Weiner, and his discussion on Parashat Vayikra…by barbequeing!
All Daily Check-Ins will be posted on YouTube in a separate playlist.


Thursday, March 26, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Cantor Schloss, speaking of the connection between the Jewish Community and the broader community…
All Daily Check-Ins will be posted on YouTube in a separate playlist.

 


Wednesday, March 25, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Rabbi Nichols: “Chickens in the House”–A classic Jewish folktale with a message for today’s unusual circumstances. All Daily Check-Ins will be posted on YouTube in a separate playlist.

 


Tuesday, March 24, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Rabbi Weiner: discussing “A Chavurah” a small group of like-minded Jews. All Daily Check-Ins will be posted on YouTube in a separate playlist


Monday, March 23, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Cantor Schloss: singing “V’Asu Li Mikdash / Sanctuary” from the Your Song–Our Song Concert. Listen to the rest of the playlist here. Please come back every day. All Daily Check-Ins will be posted on YouTube in a separate playlist.

 


Monday, March 23, 2020–Rabbi Nichols Reading to Kehillah, and ALL Children!

Rabbi Nichols has set some time aside for Kehillah families, and all those houses with children. Take a listen to “Oy Vey–Life in a Shoe.” It will also be archived here YouTube Kehillah playlist.

 


Sunday, March 22, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Rabbi Nichols: discussing “A Narrow Bridge,” a quotation of Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav.  The daily video will be posted here, on Facebook, and then archived on YouTube in a separate playlist Please come back every day.


Saturday, March 21, 2020–Share Havdallah “With” the Clergy!

Share havdallah “with” our clergy and your family whenever you are ready. This includes instructions on how to make your own havdallah set at home. Click here to see all the playlists, and visit the havdallah “tutorial” under Temple Israel General.


Friday, March 20, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Rabbi Weiner: discussing Maimonides, known as Moses ben Maimon and “Staying Soul-Well.”  The daily video will be posted here, and then archived on YouTube in a separate playlist Please come back every day.


Thursday, March 19, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Cantor Schloss: Gratitude. Please come back every day. The daily video will be posted here, and then archived on YouTube in a separate playlist


Thursday, March 19, 2020–Sharing Shirah with Kehillah!

Cantor Schloss is live here sharing Shirah today with Kehillah, and all those other children! Take a look here.


Wednesday, March 18, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Rabbi Nichols: “This too shall pass.” The daily video will be posted here, and then archived on YouTube in a separate playlist Please come back every day. 


Tuesday, March 17, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Check out Rabbi Weiner and his discussion on hand-washing!  The daily video will be posted here, and then archived on YouTube in a separate playlistPlease come back every day.


Monday, March 16, 2020–Clergy Check-In!

Rabbi Weiner, Rabbi Nichols, and Cantor Schloss will take turns to check-in with you. Please come back every day. The daily video will be posted here, and then archived on YouTube in a separate playlist. Check out Cantor Schloss singing Mi Shebeirach.