Virtual TJ

Click button below to see a listing of our weekly virtual activities.

Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik


Cantorial Soloist Abbie Strauss


Rabbi Feivel Strauss


Morli Josza, Exec. Director


Through our "VIRTUAL SACRED COMMUNITY"  we continue to  introduce many new opportunities to virtually pray, gather, and connect.

Let's all join together in this SACRED DISTANCING - for by honoring our distance we are truly keeping each other safe. 


Monday, May 17th at 6:00 a.m. SUNRISE MINYAN with Rabbi Yaron at Carlin Park in Jupiter.

BRING YOUR OWN BEACH CHAIR! 400 S State Road A1A, Jupiter 33477


Monday, May 17th 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Shavuot Minyan with Yizkor prayers with Abbie

To view:

To participate:

Meeting ID: 842 4135 1280

Password: 126962


Thursday, May 20th  9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Minyan with Abbie 

To view:

To participate:

Meeting ID: 899 3344 9457

Password: 317022


Thursday, May 20th at 4:00 p.m. Coffee & Conversation

A Tour of Morocco and a history of Jewish Morocco

Professor Roy Mittleman – Directory of Jewish Studies at CCNY, BA from Univ. of Pennsylvania, Masters in Religion from Temple University, graduate of Reconstructionist Rabbinic College in Philadelphia.

Meeting ID: 879 8125 9859

Passcode: 827961


Friday, May 21st 

Shabbat B’Yachad – Shabbat Together

We want to help you create a Shabbat experience in your home! So…We are inviting ourselves into your house for Shabbat… (not literally – just virtually!) You can find the link on our website under “VIRTUAL TJ” and on TJ’s Facebook page. You can watch it when it works for you! 


Friday, May 21st at 6:00 p.m. Shabbat Worship with Rabbi Feivel and Abbie


Saturday, May 22nd at 9:00 a.m. Torah Study with Rabbi Feivel

Meeting ID: 899 6389 2339

Passcode: 688625

Wednesday, May 26th  at Noon Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Feivel Strauss

Great Jewish Leaders – Sir Moses Montefiore - Jewish History's Most Famous

Meeting ID: 891 2382 5497

Passcode: 459140

Audio only  +1 929 205 6099


Thursday, June 17th at 4:00 p.m. Coffee & Conversation

Bill Pearl, Love and Forgiveness in Contemporary Literature and Jewish Thought

Author of Mission in Paris 1990

The year is 1990. Vietnam and America have not yet made peace. Vietnam is freshly wounded from fighting border wars with China and on the eve of becoming a market economy. The first bombing of the World Trade Center is three years away, so America is not yet awake to the dangers of terrorism. Vietnam and America begin to recognize the importance of ending their differences. Mission in Paris 1990 is the story of how an American media tycoon, Robert Samberg, whose youth in 1968 tied him to Vietnam's future, is recruited to serve his country, never expecting that a mission to explore political reconciliation would lead him to a path of personal reconciliation. On the eve of his greatest business triumph, he rediscovers My Hanh, a long-lost love from Vietnam, and learns they have a son. Robert's life is upended in this tale about the enduring strength of love and the power of forgiveness. This novel, set during the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Vietnam, explores reconciliation among people and nations. It also tells a powerful love story - between a man and a woman as well as between a father and a son

If you need to reach us....

Rabbi Yaron Kapitulnik, , 561-309-5199

Rabbi Feivel Strauss,, 713-253-7115

Cantorial Soloist Abbie Strauss,, 713-253-2501

Morli Josza, Exec. Director, ,   561-632-8918



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