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We are a diverse and inclusive Jewish community of full and part-time residents.
We believe there are many routes to meaningful Jewish experiences and this
philosophy is reflected in our name - Netivot Torah - which means "pathways to Torah."

Keeping the Faith While Staying Apart

Like most other places of worship during this pandemic, we've gone virtual. But, thanks to Zoom, we're able to keep the faith, while staying apart. Our Shabbat and holiday services may be virtual, but our hard-working and resourceful Ritual Committee has found a way to make our services feel meaningful, inclusive, and, using the advantages of technology, bring members and guests from far and wide together.
Zoom Shabbat Services
Our virtual Shabbat Service starts at 10am, but please log-in at 9:30 to make sure everyone is properly connected. We have a virtual kiddush/hamotzi following the service, so keep your favorite kiddush libation handy.

Yom HaShaoah Event

"Stolpersteine: Remembering Their Names"

Wednesday, April 7th, 7pm

For German artist Gunter Demnig, Yom Hashoah isn't confined to a single day of remembrance. For almost 30 years, 300 days of the year, he has has been committed to making the invisible victims of the Holocaust visible.

In cities throughout Europe he has installed more than 70,000 Stolpersteine, or stumbling stones, in front the former homes of victims of the Holocaust. These concrete squares, measuring four inches in diameter are topped by brass plaques inscribed with the words, "Here Lived", followed by the victim's name, date of birth, and fate: internment, suicide, exile, or deportation and murder. Together, these mini-memorials constitute the largest decentralized monument in the world.

Join us on April 7th at 7pm for our Yom HaShoah program, Stolpersteine: Remembering Their Names. TCS/NT member Linda Ziskind will talk about the history and impact of this extraordinary project, as well as her personal experience, last February, of attending a ceremony in Rohrbach, Germany, when Mr. Demnig installed five Stolpersteine in front of her own family's former home.


Virtual Yoga - Every Friday at 9:30am

Our weekly Yoga class are now virtual. The class is led by TCS/NT member and dancer, choreographer, and physician-assistant, Jamie Stiller. 
There is a $10 donation per class. Email Jamie at to arrange payment (Venmo, checks, etc.)

Virtual Purim Celebration

Our 2021 Zoom Purim was a great success. Robert Zukerman's Purim Spiel (done in Queen Esther drag) was brilliantly funny and Steve Eidman chanted a mean Megillah. And there were some wonderful costumes. Here are some Zoom pics:

Wed, April 14 2021 2 Iyyar 5781