Schedule of Services
Friday mincha 6:10pm
If you are fully vaccinated you may come to shul without a mask. If you are not fully vaccinated, EVEN IF YOU HAVE HAD COVID, you must wear a mask while on shul property.
Important Message about Rabbi Katz’s Upcoming Lecture Series
The annual Motzai Shabbos winter lecture-series on 20th century Jewish History continues this year IY”H starting October 16, 2021 (see the schedule of dates on the poster below). The plan is for the lectures to be given in person at Cong. Shomrei Emunah, as in the past at 8:45 PM until the clock changes, then at 8:00 PM. We feel this in the best format for delivering the lectures, and many people prefer being in a live audience.
At the same time, there are many others who do not wish to attend live events, out of Covid-caution, which is certainly understandable. To facilitate both “audiences,” we are making the following arrangements: Each lecture will be delivered before a live audience at Shomrei. The lecture will be videoed and edited over the course of the following week. The edited video will then be put online the following Saturday night at 8:00 PM on Rabbi Katz’s YouTube channel (Google “Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz”). Thus, the lecture will be available for the “home audience” one week after it is delivered live at Shomrei. So the plan is for the first lecture to be delivered live at Shomrei on October 16, and for that lecture to be available online on October 23.
These are our tentative plans. Obviously, we live in medically “volatile” times, and it may be necessary to modify this schedule. To keep abreast of possible changes, go to the websites of: a.) the Where What When (wherewhatwhen.com), b.) “Hertzberg’s” (congbethabrahamhertzberg.org) or c.) Shomrei Emunah (shomreiemunah.org).
May we all stay safe.
Outdoor minyanim are continuing as long as weather permits.
See above for schedule.
Please contact Mrs. Katz at 410-358-4044 if you would like to dedicate one or more.
Congregation Beth Abraham, affectionately known as “Hertzberg’s” after its founding Rabbi, is a small congregation with an exceptionally erudite Rabbi who lectures regularly around the country and abroad. We are widely known as a friendly and welcoming shul. Besides our heimishe services, we have a kiddush on Shabbos Mevorchim. Sponsors are welcome!