One of our core missions, of course, is to provide comfort at life’s most trying times, but even greater is the mitzvah of Pikuach Nefesh, to save a life. And so… we have made the difficult decision to suspend almost all in-person gatherings and to create connections through virtual platforms. We will host our daily Shacharit and Mincha services through Zoom every morning and afternoon for you to continue to worship with us at Holy Blossom.
We look forward to returning to what we do best — creating sacred connections by coming together for prayer, for learning, for performing deeds of compassion and justice, for gathering in community for celebration and consolation. We are saddened that we must limit physical presence and implement these temporary interruptions to the rhythm of congregational life. We pray that through the use of technology we will continue to provide a Jewish anchor at an unsteady and uncertain time.
Use these links to join our Daily Services
Weekday Morning Shacharit Service: https://zoom.us/j/93902401402?pwd=dGlOR2dEcGs1RVc0OVFwdkFtOVo5UT09
Weekday Evening Mincha Service: https://zoom.us/j/96751003961?pwd=THNVdHdxTG4zVk02eFRiemxQSG92dz09
As of April 5, 2020 all Zoom meetings now require passwords, in order to gain access to the daily services, please use the password associated with each service listed above.
Not familiar with using Zoom? Learn how to access a Zoom call here
Siddur Pirchei Kodesh Morning & Evening Service Pages
Please find the Holy Blossom Temple Siddur Pirchei Kodesh Weekday Morning & Afternoon Service pages for download below.
Yahrzeit and Mi Shebeirach Daily Lists
Below you will find the names of those we are remembering today for Yahrzeit and for Shloshim. If there is a name you wish to have added to the list, please email Cindy Zimmer at [email protected]
At this time we think of those who are in need of healing of body, mind, and soul please find the names below. If there is a name you would like to have added to the Mi Shebeirach list, email JoAnne Bieman at [email protected]olyblossom.org