Shavua tov! Looking forward to Shabbat Eikev
Shavua tov – a good new week to you!
This week our Zoom offerings include Rabbinic Drop-In Hour (1pm Mondays) and Shabbat Morning services (9:30am Saturday) led this week by R’ Rachel, all in the CBI Zoom room with the usual password. (Our Friday morning meditation minyan is on hiatus and will return in the fall.)
Links and password will go out out in the CBI Announcements email (and are the same as previous weeks) but if you don’t have them, contact the office.
Meanwhile, speaking of Zoom…
Help With Zoom: Do You Need It? Can You Offer It?
Need a hand? Are you unfamiliar with Zoom and uncertain how to join our online programs (Shabbat and festival services, book group meetings, and more)? Let the office know and we’ll match you with someone who can walk you through installing the software and learning how to use it.
Lend a hand! Are you familiar with Zoom and willing to teach someone else how to use it? Let the office know and we’ll match you with someone who wants to learn.*
Seeking “Zoom Angels” For High Holidays
Are you comfortable with Zoom (or are you willing to learn)? We’re looking for (at least) one person to be a “Zoom Angel” for each of our seven High Holiday services. (Erev Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah morning 1 and 2, Kol Nidre, Yom Kippur morning, Y”K afternoon, and Ne’ilah / Yom Kippur’s closing service.) Each Zoom Angel will be made “co-host” of the Zoom room for the service(s) when they sign up to help. They will manage the virtual door / waiting room (letting people in as they arrive) and will be asked to mute and unmute the room from time to time. Does this sound feasible to you, or would you be willing to learn some Zoom tips in order to lend a hand in this way? Please let Rabbi Rachel know!
- 2005: Abundance and retribution
- 2006: What we crave
- 2008: Callus [Torah poem]
- 2009: Not by bread [Torah poem]
- 2016: When Life Feels Like A Wilderness (published at The Wisdom Daily)
- 2017: Eat, be satisfied, and bless
- 2019: Plant a tree: on action, compassion, and bringing repair
Here’s commentary on Eikev by Rabbi Evan Krame and Steve Silbert of Bayit: Building Jewish:
and here’s commentary from the URJ:
Hope to see you soon via Zoom at CBI!