We want to start our day with you! Join Rabbi Lauren and Builder Ilana Rossoff for daily Morning Minyans. Monday through Friday from 8-8:30 am CDT, tune in via Zoom for prayer, meditation, and a spiritual check-in we all need!
My Jewish Learning’s Virtual Minyan Project: My Jewish Learning is offering a way for those saying theMourner’s Kaddish (which traditionally needs to be said with a minyan) and others to congregate online. “We’ll start with a few minutes of Torah teaching and then give mourners an opportunity to say Mourner’s Kaddish.” Sign up here to participate.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Opinions differ among rabbis and denominations over the permissibility of utilizing an online platform to form a minyan. If you have concerns about participating in a virtual minyan or halakhic questions, please consult with your own rabbi or denomination.
If you are unable to make it to services to say kaddish for a loved one due to Coronavirus, we’re here to help by ensuring that the mourner’s kaddish will be said in a synagogue in their merit. Simply fill out the form, and our volunteers will lovingly help you memorialize your dear departed.
This volunteer-based program is exclusively for those who cannot make it to a synagogue due to Coronavirus. All others, please see Chabad.org’s kaddish service, offered in partnership with Colel Chabad.