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Religious Services via Zoom

Due to the pandemic, all worship services are currently being conducted on Zoom.  Links to the Zoom sessions can be found on the Temple Aliyah homepage.

Our new reality dictates that people should not gather in large physical groups. We do not want you to feel alone, and want our Temple Aliyah family to know that although we may not physically be together, we are able to come together virtually to pray and to support those who are in mourning or observing a yahrzeit.

We are holding virtual services using Zoom software, which is readily available on both desktop and mobile devices. This allows you to both see the service leader and other participants and hear the leader as well. (Occasionally the leader will allow participants to be heard as well. You can mute yourself and/or turn off your own video via simple controls.) If you have not joined a Zoom meeting before, you will be asked to download software. And it's FREE to join, so go ahead and do that, it will only take 1-2 minutes, and you'll only have to do this once.

You may also join the audio portion only by dialing an access number and entering a meeting code.

Right now we are offering evening minyan Mondays through Thursdays, Kabbalat Shabbat, Shabbat morning services, and Monday morning minyan.

Please note that all services and programming are password protected.  All members have received an email for video Zoom sessions.  If you are not a member or are dialing in by phone only (which requires a separate password) and would like to join us, please contact Elissa. ​​​​​​

Monday Morning Minyan at 7:00 am
Weekday Evening Minyan
(Monday-Thursday evenings at 7:30 pm)
 Sim Shalom Weekday Mincha and Maariv Zoom link 

Kabbalat Shabbat (Friday at 6:15 pm)
Zoom link:

Shabbat Morning Services (Saturdays at 9:15 am)

Please note also that the Zoom meeting numbers will change from time to time,
so please come back to this page if you receive an error message, to find the correct link.

Following Along in the Services

The Rabbinical Assembly has gone above and beyond to support our communities during this challenging time, and has made some of their siddurs available.

PLEASE respect their efforts and DO NOT distribute these files. These are intended to allow us to follow along during our virtual services.

Please note: depending on your browser settings, these files may display in your browser, open as a separate PDF file, or simply download to your system for you to open.

Sunday, September 26 2021 20 Tishrei 5782