Temple Beth-El takes the Jewish concept of pikuach nefesh (to save a life) seriously. To be a light unto others, the congregation began collecting and showing how the community is wearing masks in their daily lives. Using the hashtag, #TBEMaskOn, Temple Beth-El has shared members’ selfies and family photos on their social media channels. As you can see, face masks came in all sizes, shapes, and colors.
As a precaution against the spread of COVID-19, Temple Beth-El continues to live stream Shabbat evening and morning services on Zoom, Facebook Live, YouTube, Roku, and beth-elsa.org.
For more information, visit the congregation’s website or Facebook page.