Ohef Sholom Temple Virtual Programs Schedule
Racism, White Privilege and How to be an Anti-Racist:
An Ohef Sholom Temple Exploration of Ourselves
Thursdays, 7 – 8:15 pm
June 25 | July 30 | August 28
October 8 | October 29
December 3 | January 28
March 26 | April 22 | June 3
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Moving Toward Strength, Ease and Self-Awareness Every Day | Wednesday, Nov. 11
7:00 pm via Zoom
Join Sisterhood and April Megginson, a Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT), and begin to unlock your own powerful potential in this special virtual (Zoom) introductory session. Together we’ll discuss and learn accessible ways to promote our own good health, relaxation, and self-awareness.
For more information, or for the Zoom link, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Love Thy Neighbor
A New Initiative Supporting Our Community
During this time of isolation, if you are sitting on your couch wishing you could do something to help others, we have a solution! Isaiah 32:17 teaches, “The work of tzedakah shall bring peace.” To help meet our community’s needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, the OST Caring Committee has established the Love Thy Neighbor program. To learn more about this initiative and volunteer effort, or to see how you can help, click the button below.
Zoom & Facebook Tutorials with Nina
Would you like to learn more about Zoom and Facebook and how to use them? If so, make an appointment with OST’s Nina Kruger for a one-on-one training session. To schehule, email Nina.
Every Tuesday | 9:00 pm
OST D’Bar Torah via Zoom
For young adults, ages 21-42. Please join us for our first virtual D’Bar Torah. Eliot Weinstein and Nina Kruger invite you to grab a beverage and join them on Zoom for Torah study and adult conversation. To join D’Bar Torah, email Nina for the Zoom link and password.
Did you miss any of Rabbi Roz’s Lunch & Learn Series? Watch every episode on our YouTube Channel!
- Self-care and personal relationships
- The needs of the individual vs. the community
- Business ethics
- Jewish rituals and practice
- Middot (Jewish character traits)
- Life cycle observance
Stay Connected With Us on Social Media!
Though Ohef Sholom Temple’s doors are physically closed during the current coronavirus pandemic, we are working to stay spiritually and virtually connected with our OST family.
OST Wants to Know:
How are you are staying grounded to your Judaism (and sanity) during this time of self-quarantine? Whether it be through prayer, humor, games, creative videos, how-to videos, crafting, cooking, story time, mitzvah, etc., please share it via social media with the hashtag #OSTconnect. And most importantly, remember that we’re all in this together, and together we will get through this!