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The Executive Team, clergy, and professional staff are focused, first and foremost, on keeping our Midway family safe. 

Following consultations with the Executive Committee, our medical advisors, the Clergy and Professional staff we have decided to suspend ALL: ritual, educational, committee, and any congregant presence in the shul effective immediately.

The office will remain functional so members can still contact Genea but ONLY via email or phone. No congregant will be allowed to enter the building. Furthermore, all committees are prohibited from meeting off site. ALL meetings must be virtual.

We will also be holding a virtual town hall meeting with Andrew Yacht, MD as keynote presenter those details will also follow.

These are trying times for each of us personally and as a community but we need to take these measures now to do everything we can to mitigate the scourge of this virus.

Our Rabbis and professional staff will continue to support, counsel, care for and nurture our kehilla in every way possible. I urge each one of you to follow that age old bible dictate to “love your neighbor as you would yourself” we are all going to be in need of a little more love.

 
In order to keep yourself and the community healthy, please be sure to adhere to everyday preventative actions advised by the CDC and New York state government

DAILY MINYANIM

We will continue our weekday services via Zoom. Zoom is a software program that allows for on-line meetings. Our Zoom technology will allow as many as 100 people in the Zoom space (i.e., on your screen) at a time. In order to connect to our Zoom minyanim, you will need a computer, preferably one with a camera and audio. Your smart phone will work as well. As long as we will be able to see your face in the Zoom Room, you will be counted in this virtual minyan. The times of our services, all day Sunday through Friday morning are (and note the change in our morning service):
 
Shaharit                         7:30 AM
Spiritual Meditation        7:45 PM
Ma’ariv                           8:00 PM
 
In order to log onto the Zoom minyan at the appointed times, this is what to do:
 

Click here for the Zoom Minyan.  
If asked, this is the meeting ID: 516 938 8390
 
One tap mobile:  +19292056099,,5169388390# US
If asked, this is the meeting ID: 516 938 8390

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ONLINE DAILY MINYAN

We will continue our weekday services via Zoom. Zoom is a software program that allows for on-line meetings. Our Zoom technology will allow as many as 100 people in the Zoom space (i.e., on your screen) at a time. In order to connect to our Zoom minyanim, you will need a computer, preferably one with a camera and audio. Your smart phone will work as well. As long as we will be able to see your face in the Zoom Room, you will be counted in this virtual minyan. The times of our services, all day Sunday through Friday morning are (and note the change in our morning service):
 
Shaharit                         7:30 AM
Spiritual Meditation        7:45 PM
Ma’ariv                           8:00 PM
 
In order to log onto the Zoom minyan at the appointed times, this is what to do:
 
Click here for the Zoom Minyan.  
If asked, this is the meeting ID: 516 938 8390
 
One tap mobile:  +19292056099,,5169388390# US
If asked, this is the meeting ID: 516 938 8390

 

 

The Rabbinic Assembly’s Committee on Jewish Law and Standards shared this guidance regarding virtual minyanim: “Those who wish to be part of a weekday minyan to recite prayers requiring a minyan, including mourner’s kaddish, may connect virtually (through audio or video) with a minyan (whether of their own congregation or another) whose members are meeting in person, preferably in their time zone. They may recite kaddish, kedushah, barkhu, etc, and hear Torah reading along with that minyan.” For more information click here.

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