Solidarity Shabbat

Thank you to all of our friends and neighbors who reached out in our hour of need.

On Friday, November 2, our synagogue overflowed with 1,000 community members, friends and neighbors who came together to #ShowUpForShabbat in the wake of the tragedy in Pittsburgh. We are grateful for everyone who has reached out: we have received cards, flowers, phone calls and emails, and a tremendous amount of support. (View a few of the thoughtful notes we received from our friends and neighbors.)

If you were unable to join us, or if you would like to watch Rabbi Sisenwine's sermon or listen to the community sing America the Beautiful led by our Cantors, Shanna Zell and Jodi Sufrin, please view the videos below.

Chazak Chazak v'nitchazeik. Be strong, be strong and be strengthened. Our greatest strength is our community.


 

 

Watch the full service:

Part 1

Part 2


“Let there be love and understanding among us. Let peace and friendship be our shelter from life’s storms.” 

– Hashkiveinu prayer

 

We are grateful for everyone who has reached out: we have received cards, flowers, phone calls and emails, and a tremendous amount of support. Below are just a few of the thoughtful notes we received from our friends and neighbors: