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"I am one and you are one and we are all together one.
In the spirit in the heart we are all together one."
Listen to Rabbi Sigal's SONG

A message from Rabbi Sigal:

These are sensitive and scary times. We will overcome this crisis together! If there was ever a time to say “we are ALL in this together,” this is surely it. Changes are unfolding daily and I hope you are making good decisions to keep yourself, your family, community and our world healthy and well.

Now is the time to practice living in balance and keeping a sense of peace within and among us. To nourish our soul and nurture our resiliency we need to actively practice what we know to help; meditation, breathing techniques, conversation, connection, being in nature, staying active, creating art, gardening etc. In the midst of stress and worry we want to keep alive in us the sense of wonder, kindness, gratitude and love.

Infuse your day and practices with the intention to help strengthen those qualities. I suggest you stay MORE connected virtually to sources that support you, inspire you and strengthen you, and daily supportive connection to family and friends. Do not isolate yourself from love and connections. If you need support or help, please reach out and ask for help.

Reminder: Data shows that safe physical distancing and sanitizing is key to prevention. We are here to help each other follow guidelines to prevent the spreading of the coronavirus, to protect each other and to remain connected.

Chesed (Lovingkindness) Committee is prepared to help anyone who is in need of support.  Please reach out to us if you need any help. Contact Laurie Ann at windadct@comcast.net.

I'm here to help. We can meet virtually, talk and write through all this whenever you need. Please stay safe and well.

Love and blessings, Rabbi Sigal

 

Update on Temple Judea activities:

We are meeting virtually until we can return to gathering together.

  • Weekly Friday evening services will be live with Rabbi Sigal on the Temple Judea Facebook page. A service for young families will be held at 5:00 pm, followed by a service for adults at 7:00 pm.
  • Saturday Morning Torah Study will be held at 9:00 am by conference call.
  • Religious School students will continue to meet virtually with teachers.

Please follow us on the Temple Judea Facebook page where we post messages, inspirations and updates:

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We celebrate Judaism as a wisdom, a dynamic evolving tradition. We emphasize personal and communal connections with meaning; building on the past, honoring the present and looking to the future. We are a musical, learning, creative, relevant and contemplative community. We honor and welcome all people, religions and opinions.

- Rabbi Sigal Brier

We celebrate Judaism as a wisdom, a dynamic evolving tradition. We emphasize personal and communal connections with meaning; building on the past, honoring the present and looking to the future. We are a musical, learning, creative, relevant and contemplative community. We honor and welcome all people, religions and opinions.

- Rabbi Sigal Brier

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Mon, March 30 2020 5 Nisan 5780