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Temple B’nai Or – Coronavirus

Temple B’nai Or Covid-19 Update

The Temple B’nai Or building is closed until further notice.
But we are here for you.


If you need immediate assistance from the clergy, please call Temple at 973-539-4539,
then dial 8.

For non-emergencies:
Temple Office
To reach Joel D. Katz, click here.
To reach Kim Lefferts, click here.

Frances and Herbert Brody Pre-School
To reach Jennie Rubin, click here.

Joel and Helen Jacobs Religious School
To reach David Iskovitz, click here.

Click here for an important message from our President, Stacey Schlosser.

Online Pesach Services

Online Pesach Services

First Day Festival Services, Thursday, April 9, 10:30 AM
To view on Zoom – Click here
To view on Facebook Live – Click here

Shabbat Services, Friday, April 10, 7:15 PM
To view on Zoom – Click here
To viw on Facebook Live – Click here

Matzah and Torah, Saturday, April 11, 9:00 AM
To view on Zoom – Click here

Seventh Day Festival Services with Yiskor, Wednesday, April 15, 10:00 AM
To view on Zoom – Click here
To view on Facebook Live – Click here

Yom HaSho’a Congregational Remembrance Service, Monday, April 20, 7:00 PM
To view on Zoom – Click here

Online Services

Online Services
Below are links to keep you connected to Temple during this time.

Click here to view a video with Stacey Schlosser on how to use FaceBook Live and Zoom.

Friday Night Services, 7:15 PM:
Zoom – Click here
Facebook – Click here

Friday Night Oneg, 8:00 PM:
To view on Zoom, click here.

Bagels and Torah, Saturdays, 9:00 AM:
Zoom – Click here.

Support Group for These Strange Times with Therapist with Gail Lalk and Rabbi Satz, Thursdays, 10:00 AM
To view on Zoom, click here.

Hebrew with Cantor, Thursdays, 1:00 PM:
To view on Zoom, click here.

Spirituality Labs, Monday, April 22, 7:00 PM:
This week’s Lab will be “Spirituality in Guided Meditation”.
To view on Zoom, click here.

Men’s Schmooze:
Class is postponed until further notice.

Virtual Pesach Seders

Virtual Pesach Seder  At Pesach we open our doors to guests, but at this time, that is impossible. If you would like to “invite” someone virtually who has no other place to celebrate to your Pesach Seder this year, please contact Rabbi SatzClick here for a Pesach resource for you and your family to use during this year’s Virtual Pesach Seders.

Passover Dinners

Passover Dinner 2020 With COVID-19 keeping us in our homes, here is an option from a congregant that can make your Passover easier and very special: a meal cooked by In Thyme Catered Events (formally known as The Chicken Nest).  For more information, please click here.  To place an order, click here.