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COVID-19 Update

One of the highest Jewish values is the preservation of life. In order to contribute to the social distancing necessary to stanch this pandemic, our synagogue has closed the building for all services and programming until further notice. 

Our building is closed but our synagogue is open! We have moved our services, educational programs, and other activities online, as much as possible.  We are sending out emails and posting on social media to update congregants and community members on our activities.  We have also launched a new hard copy newsletter, BI@Home, which is being mailed to all of our congregants at their home addresses.

The calendar on this website lists many of our upcoming activities.  For details or information on how to log in to Zoom meetings, look in emails you received or call the office, (508) 756-6204.  Office staff are available from 10:00 to 3:00, Monday to Friday.

Feel free to reach out to the Rabbi or the office if you would like a call, text, video chat, or email. In addition, if you are diagnosed with COVID-19, please inform Rabbi Fellman,, so that we know and can support you.  If you are not feeling well, let us know.  If you are feeling isolated, please reach out.  We are physically separated but remain a caring, sacred community.

If you need to deliver something in hard copy to the synagogue (checks, documents, etc), we have arranged for contactless delivery.  On the Chapel side of the synagogue (by the large parking lot) there is a lock box that you can use to drop off envelopes while social distancing.  It is installed in the wall, so it can be accessed any time, whether staff are present or not.  And, of course, you can also send your checks or other documents via postal mail.

View the recorded broadcast of the Bar Mitzvah

Did you miss the Live Stream of the Bar Mitzvah of Andy and Kenny?
Well you can view the recorded Stream whenever you want.

Wed, January 27 2021 14 Shevat 5781