Dear Members and Friends,
None of us can predict what tomorrow will bring, however, we have made proactive decisions based upon guidance from the CDC and the Florida and Palm Beach County Departments of Health that will help us ensure the well-being of our community, including our congregants and staff. We are taking this day-by-day, so we ask for your patience and understanding.
Therefore, in a proactive move, we are immediately suspending all food service in the Synagogue which includes, but is not limited to – minyan breakfast, Friday evening Oneg & Shabbat Kiddush. The exception to this will be catered plated meals.
As an additional precautionary measure, in order to limit the spreading of germs, Temple Torat Emet will not be providing Kippot and Tallitot until further notice. Please provide your own.
Kabalat Shabbat WILL be held this evening at 7:30 pm in the sanctuary.
Minyans will continue Sunday through Friday until further notice.
Upcoming Event Scheduling Changes
Shabbat Services for tomorrow, March 14 are canceled.
Sisterhood Torah Fund Brunch for Sunday, March 15 is postponed.
Sisterhood Game Day Luncheon, March 19, is postponed.
Men’s Club Shabbat weekend activities for next weekend, March 20 & 21, are postponed.
B’Yachad Religious School & programs are canceled through March 31.
Closures or cancelations beyond next weekend will be determined on a day-to-day basis.
Those over 60 or with a compromised immune system should avoid communal events. This also holds true for those who have traveled domestically or internationally within the past 14 days.
You can follow this link to stream the services of the B’Nai Jeshurun Congregation.
Information can come in at anytime, so we ask for your patience with us. We promise to transparent and will keep you posted through E-Blast and Facebook as new information is provided on any other actions necessary to keep us all well through these upsetting times.
The Executive Committee of Temple Torat Emet
Please note: We’ve been made aware of yet another round of email spoofs. While they may appear to come from someone at Temple Torat Emet (in this case Rabbi David Barnett), if you look closely at the sender’s email address, you can see that the emails are being sent from fake gmail accounts. We advise you to not click on any links or forward any email that looks suspicious. If you have any question if an email you’ve received is real, feel free to call the Temple office at 561.369.1112.