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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.
 

End of Life Conversations in a Jewish Context: What Does a Good Day Look Like?

Sunday, June 12th, 4pm
 
Join award-winning Jewish educator, Rabbi Melanie Levav, for a thought-provoking presentation and discussion about mortality, end-of-life issues, and how Jewish wisdom and practices can help us navigate the journey.
 
Rabbi Levav is the Executive Director of the Shomer Collective, an organization that seeks to improve end-of-life experiences for individuals and their families through a curated collection of end-of-life resources, and programs from a diverse network of partners.
 
Ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary, with a graduate degree in social work from Columbia University, Rabbi Levav specializes in end-of-life care and conversations, guiding discussions of these difficult subjects through the clarifying lens of Jewish values and practices.
 
This TCS/NT Continuing Education Committee program is made
possible by support from the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York.
 

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, June 16 2021 6 Tammuz 5781