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In the midst of this pandemic,
The gifts of community and connection are more important than ever.
While we cannot be together in person,
We are grateful that technology can keep us
Emotionally, visually, and spiritually connected.
To that end, we are excited to present:
LBT Home to Home
Our virtual community
Offering opportunities to
Connect. Learn. Worship … Together.

Browse through the offerings below and join us. We look forward to seeing you.

Live & Previously Recorded Videos Home to Home Schedule
Community Resources

Live & Previously Recorded Videos

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Home to Home Schedule

Mingle with Cantor Kates
Mondays at 7pm

Join Cantor Kates for a fun 30 minutes with your LBT friends. In this time of isolation, let’s gather on zoom to discuss how we are doing and connect virtually. This will begin on Monday, April 13.For information on how to join, please contact Suhasini Yeeda

Breakfast with Bri
Tuesdays at 9:30am
Join Bri for 30 minutes of songs, stories, and fun! PJs and pancakes are optional. Geared to our youngest learners – ages six and under – and their families.

For information on how to join, please contact Betsy Krut.

30 Mindful Minutes on Tuesdays (phone-in only, no video)
Tuesdays at 12pm-12:30pm
Join Rabbi Ross for 30 mindful minutes.

For information on how to join, please contact Adam Burstyn

Ken’s Kampfire
Wednesday at 5pm
There’s nothing like a little music to make us all feel closer together!  Rabbi Chasen will sing a mixture of his secular and Jewish favorites… and maybe even a request or two… so come ready to sing along!For information on how to join, please contact Suhasini Yeeda.
Captivating Conversations with Rabbi Ross and Insightful Guests
Thursdays at 12-12:45pm

Join Rabbi Ross and invited guests to reflect, learn, laugh and be curious.

For information on how to join, please contact Adam Burstyn

Young Children’s Shabbat – with Bri and Cantor Kates
Fridays at 9:30am
It is a special treat to start the day joyfully singing and praying along side friends and loved ones. We will enjoy our usual Shabbat melodies and reconnect with one another. I’ve got that Shabbat feeling, do you?For information on how to join, please contact Betsy Krut.Shabbat Table Blessings
Fridays at 6:00pm
Join us via zoom for Shabbat Table blessings, followed by the service at 6:15pm.For information on how to join, please contact Drew Davis.

Shabbat Evening Service
Fridays at 6:15pm
To join with us virtually, you may click here, or go to our website: www.leobaecktemple.org click on the worship tab at the top,  then scroll down to LiveStream to view the service. You may also watch on the Leo Baeck Temple Facebook page.For information on how to join, please contact Drew Davis.

Shabbat Morning Minyan
Alternating Saturdays at 9:30am

A joyful service in song, Torah learning, and interactive study with the community led by our rabbis. 

Virtual Tot Shabbat
Saturdays Monthly at 9:30am

We will enjoy our usual Shabbat melodies and reconnect with one another. This month, we will discuss what makes Shabbat so special! Geared to our youngest learners – ages six and under – and their families.For information on how to join, please contact Betsy Krut.

Havdalah
Alternating Saturdays at 5:30pm

Bid farewell to Shabbat with a brief Havdalah ritual led by your LBT clergy team and enter into a new week by greeting one another.For information on how to join, please contact Drew Davis.

Sit and Knit “Coffee Hour” with Cantor Kates
Sundays at 10-11am
Join Cantor Kates and other LBT Women for a relaxing hour of conversation and connection. You don’t even have to knit to participate, so grab your coffee and we’ll see you there!For information on how to join, please contact Suhasini YeedaSocial Justice Book Club: BEACON
(Books to Elevate Awareness for Communities of Need)
Sundays Monthly 3:30-5:00 p.m. 

Have you ever wondered why certain injustices persist in our society no matter how many movements are born, cases are won, and laws are passed?  Why are there innocent people on death row and how did our prisons become the way they are?  Are you craving an opportunity to explore these questions? Each meeting will focus on a different topic with relevant readings drawn from books, articles, essays, and even poetry. All points of view are welcome and encouraged to participate!For information on how to join, please contact Adam Burstyn

Community Resources