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High Holy Days
The High Holy Days are a sacred time when we join together as a community to support, uplift and inspire each other.
We are most grateful to the members of Temple Judea who recognize that being a member of community is essential at all times - even those that require social distancing.
Given the current situation with COVID 19 in our county, we are preparing to hold all High Holy Day services virtually. We know that the Jewish value of Pikuach HaNefesh - saving a life - takes precedence over any other.
As long as there is a chance, that opening our doors to congregants, can lead to spreading this virus, and to people getting sick, we will not re-open. We will put our short term individual needs on hold and will put the needs and welfare of the fragile and the vulnerable ahead of our own.
With this in mind, we will be offering:
ALL MEMBERS all worship links via our Members’ Portal – simply sign up under the MEMBERS tab on our main page using your email and a password you create.
FOR NON MEMBERS who have NEVER worshipped with us, please call the temple and we will offer you FREE online access.
FOR NON MEMBERS who have worshipped with us in the past, please call the temple and we will discuss membership options.
FOR NON MEMBERS who live outside our service area, please call the temple to learn about our virtual access options.
Our number is: 561-624-4633
Wishing our entire community a Shanah Tovah - may it be a good year - a year of health, a year of happiness and a year of healing.
"I stopped looking for the light and decided to become it instead" - Anonymous
Stop thinking you need to change the people and things around you in order to grow. Authentic transformation comes from within us. It comes from the goodness and the light we bring to everything that we do and everyone that we encounter.
"Open for me an opening the size of a needle and I will it expand it into a door through which wagons can go through" - Midrash on Song of Songs 5:2
Change is not all or nothing. God tells us that we just need to take that first step, however small it may be, and He will show us a way forward.