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Survey About Covid-19 Reopening

As Massachusetts continues to move through the phases of re-opening, we're looking for your feedback on how we should prioritize volunteer time in creating ways for us to gather together online and in person for the foreseeable future. Any of these options, if implemented, will be done following TBS's guidelines and with communication about the protocols on our website and newsletter. 

We welcome feedback from members and non-members. 


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Mourning George Floyd, Reflecting on the Weight of This Moment

To read our full statement supporting inclusion of people of color in our community and on the emotional state of anti-racism protests we see around the world in the wake of George Floyd's death, please click here.

COVID-19: BUILDING CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Virtual Shul Options During Coronavirus

Friends, we are living in unprecedented times of physical distancing. While Tremont Street Shul is closed until further notice, scroll down to see options for chesed requests and an ever-growing list of virtual learning, davening and social opportunities. May we all know continued health, unity and peace at this time!

Chesed Requests/Offers During Coronavirus (open to wider community

To get through this challenging time, we all need help and support in different ways. We have set up two survey links to (1) sign up as a chesed volunteer and/or (2) request support. If you are looking for anything from help with groceries or errands, to tech or social support, we hope you will let us know. Similarly, if you are looking for ways to get involved and help community members with any of these sorts of things, please volunteer.

VIRTUAL EVENTS

With the physical closure of the shul (see below), we are holding online morning services every weekday, including opportunities to say kaddish. We also are hosting some other virtual events that may interest you. They are on the shul calendar and we'll list them here. To make the calendar easier to navigate, we've removed the events that are cancelled because of the closure. Fear not, they'll be back!

All Events

 

ABOUT THE TREMONT STREET SHUL

Temple Beth Shalom, also known as the Tremont Street Shul, is a warm, friendly, traditional synagogue located near the center of Cambridge, Massachusetts. We embrace people of all ages from a wide variety of backgrounds, and we welcome newcomers to feel at home in the shul. We support three styles of Jewish worship: egalitarian, partnership, and orthodox, as well as fostering many kinds of educational, social, and cultural experiences.

We host Minyan  Tehillah, an independent prayer group, as well as the Alef-Bet Child Care (a preschool with day care hours!), and we are often engaged in collaborative Jewish programming. In addition to a robust worship and programming schedule, on the first Friday of each month (with rare exceptions; double-check the calendar), we host a semi-potluck dinner open to all! A special treat of the Tremont Street community is that our weekly Shabbat/Saturday morning services are followed by a kiddush lunch at which everyone is welcome. We look forward to seeing you, and please feel free to reach out if we can be helpful in any way. 

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