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    Social Distancing in Effect. Cancelling all gatherings of congregants in the coming days, including Friday Night Services, Religious School, and Adult Education.

    Friends,

    Because of the guidance about the Covid-19 virus,  all gatherings of congregants are cancelled including Friday Night Services, Religious School, and Adult Education.

    PLEASE JOIN US BY WEBCAST: services will be broadcast via the website and FaceBook. You can use these links or navigate to Jewish Journeys > Prayer > Watch Services Online. There is no password required.
    https://www.bethhatephila.org/jewish-journeys/prayer/watch-services-online/
    OR
    for FaceBook. For this facebook link - you will have to sign in to FaceBook and you have to be accepted in advance to join. Please do so as early as possible so you don't miss out on any of the service.

    Please refrain from creating private watch parties on Facebook. As a community, we want to see and read everyones comments in one place, to help us promote a sense of togetherness during these virtual times.

    CBHT Staff and leadership will continue to closely monitor the developing situation, and work to maintain our connections to each other and to our traditions in ways that promote everyone’s continued health and well being. Please call or email if there is anything staff or leadership can do to support you or your loved ones.

    Tikkun Gottschalk, President

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