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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.

The Poetics of Spiritual Longing: Exploring Modern Hebrew Poetry

Five Sundays - 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28
10am - 11:15am
Join Rabbi Or Rose for a fascinating five-session series on various 20th-century Hebrew poets, exploring themes of God, prayer, community, and the human life-cycle. The series will explore the writings of such celebrated figures as Haim Nahman Bialik, Zelda, and Yehuda Amichai, as well as lesser-known and contemporary voices from religious and secular communities (and those who do not fit neatly into either category).
All sources will be available in the original Hebrew and in the English translation.
Click here to download the pdf of this week's poems.


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:

Costumes! Megillah! Purim Spiel!

Thursday, Feb. 25th at 7pm
Zoom Event (log-in info to come)
Last year we had a wonderful Purim event at the Synagogue. There were costumes, Megillah reading, and an inspired comedic Italian-opera version of a Purim Spiel. Little did we know that a week later the Pandemic would shut everything down and Purim would be the last time we would gather together inside our beloved Shul.
But the show must go on and, in this case, it's going on Zoom. So, mark your calendars - on Thursday, Feb. 25th we will once again gather (virtually) to celebrate Purim and tell the story of Esther.
We encourage everyone to wear costumes, which will be highlighted in a virtual costume parade prior to the start of the program. Robert Zukerman has prepared another brilliant, original comedic Purim Spiel and Steve Eidman will once again be reading the Megillah.
We look forward to celebrating with you this year on Zoom and next year back in our building.


Thu, March 4 2021 20 Adar 5781