Now that the State of California is not allowing 10 or more people to in one place at one time, Shabbat services both Friday night and Shabbat morning are cancelled this week only – March 20th and 21st.
However, and this is a big however – we will be moving to a webcam based virtual platform which will allowing us to have interactive services in real time from the shul to you – where ever you may be, as long as you have a devise that has a camera. I will see you and you will see me and others on the bima. All you will need is a camera on either you cell phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
I surely hope you will commit to “showing up” on your devise in real time in order to be part of our Shabbat and holiday virtual minyan of 10 or more Jews each Friday night, Shabbat morning and coming up soon – Pesach.
We will be operational for Shabbat services March 27/28 and thereafter. I am looking forward to “seeing” even more of you each week, once we move to our new platform!
Thank you, stay well and keep washing those hands,
Rabbi Sandy Rosenstein