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While we won't be together in shul this Shabbat, we can still study Torah together, parashah Vayakhel Pekudei. Please click on the message below from Rabbi Peltz.

Friday, March 20, 6:15 pm
Hakhanah L’Shabbat, - Join the clergy for candle lighting and Hakhanah L'shabbat (preparation for Shabbat) with special guest Rabbi Josh Warshawsky! There will be an opportunity for those people who need to also say Mourner's Kaddish. We invite you to join by clicking on this link or by calling in to 1-312-626-6799. Meeting ID: 239 446 9860 

Saturday, March 21, 8 pm
Maariv and Havdallah, - Join the clergy for Maariv (evening service) and Havdallah, the service to end Shabbat. We invite you to join by clicking on this link or by calling in to 1-312-626-6799. Meeting ID: 239 446 9860
 

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Shabbat Shalom from Rabbi Lindemann
This was to have been HIAS Refugee Shabbat, and TBS was one of hundreds of congregations around the country planning to participate. As a substitute for that, we did a Zoom presentation featuring Dr. Zoltan Turi telling the very moving story of his refugee experience. We set it in the context of Shabbat HaHodesh, one of the four special Shabbatot leading up to Passover and the one which announces the coming of the month of Nisan. Even in this time when the Pandemic has turned us inward and locked our borders even more tightly, I am sure you will find a place in your heart for refugees. Our heritage and history make us particularly sensitive to the plight of all those who are forced to flee and search for a land that promises hope for a better future. Again, Shabbat Sholom.

Sun, April 5 2020 11 Nisan 5780