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B'nai Mitzvah: Zoom & E-Siddur

PARTICIPATION ON ZOOM:

For a guide to the best possible virtual Shabbat morning service experience, please view pages 2 and 3 of Rabbi Kaiman's Guide to the High Holidays at the button below. The Zoom tips offered hold true for our Shabbat services. You may also share the following links with family and guests who may need assistance utilizing Zoom:

Rabbi Kaiman's Guide to High Holidays (Zoom Tips) 

How to Download Zoom   How to Join a Zoom Meeting


 

E-SIDDUR:

The Rabbinical Assembly, the international association of Conservative rabbis, is offering a free download of the Siddur, or prayer book, as well as each week's Torah portion, during the pandemic. Please share the link below with your guests so they may have access to the siddur and Torah readings we will use during your child(ren)'s B'nai Mitzvah. They will be asked to complete a brief form to download the materials. Select "Siddur Sim Shalom: Shabbat Morning" and the "Etz Hayim" checkbox with your child(ren)'s unique Torah portion.*

Download E-Siddur & Torah Reading 

*Please note: If your simcha will take place on Shabbat afternoon or a weekday morning, select the appropriate Sim Shalom checkbox for your date. Also, the Etz Hayim checkbox for your Torah portion may not be available for download until 4 - 6 weeks before your simcha.

Mon, October 3 2022 8 Tishrei 5783