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We want you to stay safe, healthy and connected. That’s why we will be providing you with the services and programs from the comfort of your home. While we all may be practicing physical distancing, thanks to the wonders of technology, we can still be a part of the incredible community that we are.
As we monitor the progression of Covid-19 and heed the warnings of those in charge, we feel it is in the best interest to cancel ALL IN-PERSON PROGRAMMING AND EVENTS indefinitely. We are monitoring the CDC, Federal and local government recommendations. Please check back for further updates.
Check out all we have to offer online! As with all forms of technology, we encourage you to test the platform first to assure that you are comfortable with it. We hope all things work according to plan, but appreciate your patience and understanding if they don’t! Feel free to contact us with questions and feedback.
B’nai Mitzvah tutoring will continue as scheduled virtually. As of now, B’nai Mitzvah families have been given the option to postpone their March, April or May simcha (we will allow for this with the Torah Portion they have already been studying) or to have a service with immediate family in attendance only.
EVENTS and GROUPS
All in-person events and programs have been cancelled through May 23, 2020. Stay tuned for virtual offerings.
Religious school is now virtual. Look for emails and messages from Rabbi Rosenbaum on times and dates for virtual broadcasting.
The office staff will be working remotely when possible and is able to respond to phone messages and emails. The building and office are not open to congregants or the general public. The building is closed. Please return to the homepage for more information on live streaming services and events that will be simulcast via Zoom.
The clergy is available by phone and email to those seeking guidance and support. They are also planning additional communications to ensure that our community remains connected.
If you need to connect with us, please use the following information:
Rabbi Pincus: 860-920-5491 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cantor Kupfer: 860-920-5397 or email@example.com
Jeff Smith, President: President@cbict.org
Tracy Mozingo, Executive Director: 860-920-5384 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Temple Office: 860-233-8215 feel free to leave a message and we will direct it to the appropriate party.
(Note: Rabbi Fliegel is currently on maternity leave)
We will return all calls as soon as we can, even when we are working remotely. We get instant email notification when we get a voicemail.
A Message from Rabbi Pincus
Published May 5, 2020
Shabbat Message from Rabbi Pincus
Published May 1, 2020