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We are an open and inclusive congregation serving Jewish families throughout Southern New Hampshire and the nearby areas of Massachusetts. Our members come from all over the country and the world, from all kinds of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families to our community.

Although none of our activities are currently in person, we are committed to supporting and serving one another in every way possible. We are also trying to gather information about everything from health to financial support to ways of helping. Please do not hesitate to reach out to Rabbi Jon or any of our staff and leadership, whether you have needs or ideas.

Looking for a community Seder with us? Fill out this form.

Today: Monday Evening Minyan 7:30 p.m. 
To participate:
By phone, call (929) 436-2866 and when prompted
enter code 553 007 5723#.
Or, by computer or smartphone or tablet, click here.
Use password 553472
Download or view the weekday prayerbook here
If it's your first Zoom, you may be prompted to download or install the Zoom app or program.

If you are on Facebook, follow our page to keep in touch and share resources and ideas. Though our building is closed, our staff are all still available by e-mail and will be checking their messages.

We are thinking of all the ways that people are affected right now, physically and emotionally and financially. Please feel free to reach out to Rabbi Jon and let's all try to reach out to each other. We need each another now as much as ever. We encourage everyone to do your part to contain the spread of coronavirus. Follow all the recommended hygiene practices as well as "social distancing" -- and shift from "Is it all right to keep doing this?" to "How can I do this in a different way that keeps myself and other people as safe as possible?"

Coronavirus Health and Mutual Support

As a community of chesed (caring), we are thinking about the physical health of each of us, and also the broader ways we might be affected and how through our interconnections and our wisdom we can support each other. We are actively monitoring updates from public health authorities and developing contingency plans. Read more here.

Passover Begins Wednesday Night,
April 8

Community Seder Thursday, April 9

We have a special section of our website with guidance on how to observe Pesach this year, how to lead or join a Seder, our plans for congregational remote Seders, and more. Visit that page and bookmark it for continual updates.

Resources for People Whose Income Is Disrupted

Click here for links related to expanded unemployment benefits, small business assistance, rent/mortgage, and the upcoming tax rebate.

 

Mon, April 6 2020 12 Nisan 5780