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Caring for our Community

Community means, at the most basic level, caring for one another.  Some of the things we do within our own Jewish community:

  • Our Chesed (Caring) Committee organizes meals for people who are returning from the hospital or could use the support for other reasons.  The committee also tries to arrange rides for medical appointments or grocery shopping as well.
  • Our Sisterhood offers a meal for families returning to a home in the area after a burial.
  • There are men's and women's Chevra Kadisha (burial societies) that prepare bodies for burial in the traditional Jewish way.
  • For emergency or targeted financial assistance, congregants can speak confidentially to the rabbi.  (Donations can be made here.)  We also draw on resources including a social worker from the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire.
  • The health and safety of our congregants and staff is our top priority. We are committed to making sure that we are continually updating our preparedness measures and planning regarding health risks associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to go to the COVID19 Information Page.

Congregants volunteer at the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter every Tuesday morning, as well as during the winter holiday season.

Fri, May 14 2021 3 Sivan 5781