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Beyachad - Together

In these challenging times, we obviously need to redefine and think creatively and work hard at what it means to be beyachad with our TBK family. Even when we can’t be together physically, we can still be present for one another in important ways.

The temple staff and board leadership have been in regular conversation. We continue to meet regularly via Zoom and conference call to make plans to be a supportive presence for all of you and to strategize for the security of the congregation. 

The overall concept is “TBK Beyachad”: Even (or especially!) now, we will find ways to be together in meaningful ways. We will continue to share additional strategies over the coming days and weeks.


Emotional & Spiritual Support
Rabbi Stein and Rabbi Tulik are both available and eager to be a helpful presence.  Please don't hesitate to e-mail rabbistein@tbk.org or rabbitulik@tbk.org or call 244-7060.


For routine TBK business, call 244-7060 and leave a voice mail or e-mail info@tbk.org


From the Religious School:
Join us this Sunday at 9:30 am for the second episode of "RocAtHome Together", a morning of online community learning and fun!  

Click on the image for details and links to join in.

Our TBK Religious School teachers are preparing more grade level online activities to help our families stay connected with Religious School. Stay tuned for details!

In the meantime, enjoy these links that will lead you to fun and educational activities for the kids!
PJ Library Resources for Quarantined Families
BimBam - digital story telling
Jewish Interactive - Kids Learning at Home


Community Online Resources

The Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester and Jewish Family Service of Rochester are both spearheading a number of community efforts in response to this emergency situation. Visit their web sites for updated information by clicking below:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Online Worship & Study

Friday Evening Shabbat
Join us on Friday evening at 6:00 pm.  Using the wonderful Zoom technology, we will share sacred moments of prayer, song, and study. Please note this service will also be recorded and available later if you can't log in at 6:00.
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/975137998 



Saturday Morning TaNaKh Study
At 8:00 am, volunteers will lead TaNaKh Study.
Use this Zoom link to join:
https://zoom.us/j/736102661



Torah Study
At 9:15 am, Rabbi Stein or Rabbi Tulik will lead study of the week's Torah portion. Use this Zoom link to participate: https://zoom.us/j/550342277 



Shabbat Morning Worship
At 10:30 am, we will have a Shabbat morning service. This service, as with the Friday evening opportunity, will include prayer, song, and study. We will hear the chanting of the weekly Torah portion. This service will also be recorded for those who want to access it later. 
Zoom link to use for Shabbat Morning Worship:  https://zoom.us/j/329741558

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Parashat

Parashat Tzav
April 4, 2020

In this Torah portion, God continues to describe the different laws of sacrifices. A distinction is made between sin offerings, burnt offerings, and homage offerings, with each following its own process. God then commands the priests to make another offering that ordains themselves in their positions.

CLICK HERE to read more 

Zoom Recordings

Beyachad - Together

Although we cannot be together at TBK, we are using technology to keep us connected and supportive of each other during this challenging  time.  If you can't be with us at the time of the service or program, use the Zoom links that will be posted here at the time that is best for you.

Friday Evening Service - April 3

Study with Rabbi Stein - Passover Traditions

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sat, April 4 2020 10 Nisan 5780