Virtural Yahrzeit Minyanim
Our Minyan Committee is introducing virtual Yahrzeit minyanim, as a temporary measure until such time as the Board reinstates synagogue services. A virtual minyan provides the opportunity to join a live minyan through an electronic meeting technology. This would be done by you in your own home by clicking on a link you would be sent by email to join the Minyan either by video or by phone.
The Minyan Committee requires a 10-day lead time should you want to request a Yahrzheit Minyan. A member of our Minyan Committee will train you in what to do to join a service. Of course, you can also choose to observe the yahrzeit without calling a virtual minyan, using the special Mourner's Kaddish that can be recited without a minyan attached here.
If you are interested in scheduling or joining a virtual minyan, email us at or call Barbara 513-708-5208 or Barry at 513-373-1552.
Virtural Healing Service
We live in unprecedented times, a time of stress and uncertainty, a time of lonesomeness, and, perhaps sometimes too much togetherness.To help strengthen us in these times, Lynne Haber is leading a healing service every Sunday at 4:00 PM.
This contemplative service is an opportunity to connect in community, to be seen and heard in holy relatedness, to study a little Torah, and to ground in meditation. Kaddish is said when there is a minyan.
If you do not have experience with Zoom, please contact Lynne at Tikvah47@yahoo.com to set up a practice session. And please plan to join 10 minutes early, so that technology issues do not disrupt the service.
Rotating E-blast Series
When this Pandemic started, our team immediately responded using our E-Blast in new and creative ways: Our Passover Seder Highlights, Exploration of the Torah for Shavuot with "Indiana Jones-enthal," and our Kol Eisha - our Sisterhood women raising their voices in prayer.
Now we are pleased to introduce our rotating Shabbat E-Blast Series. From June 6 - August 15 we will rotate between
traditional expressions of Judaism and contemporary ways of looking at our tradition. There is no right or wrong, no one way to celebrate and practice our religion so we're taking advantage of these weeks apart to sample all the rich diversity that Judaism has to offer. Want to be included and see what all the buzz is about?