The Masorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism in Israel

Masorti kehillot are creative, keeping communities supported and connected in unique and inspiring ways.  Ve’ahavta in Zichron Yaakov, ( pictured above in happier days)  is a wonderful example.

Read some excerpts from their letter to their congregants, now that they have moved online.

“...we are quite surprised at how effective this virtual “thing” is.  We’ve had a pre-Shabbat Kabbalat Shabbat service and a post-Shabbat Havdalah service, which were not only fun, but the technology enabled us to see friends that live far away, that without the Coronavirus, we may not have had the opportunity to see…”

If you want to participate in their events, you can!  They’re offering classes in English.

Tamar Pelleg: Days of Corona – DIY Coping Techniques
Tuesdays, March 24th and 31st, 11:00 AM, click here for the class 

Sharona Maital, Ph.d: Caring for Parents and Caregivers
Wednesdays, March 25th and April 1st, 8:30 PM, click here for the class

You can read the whole letter from Ve’ahavta here.