Hello, during these opening days of our Pesach festival we will monitor email for life cycle emergencies only, through Saturday night, April 11. If you need to reach us for any other reason, please write back after Shabbat. Wishing everyone a sweet, safe and joyous Pesach.
Shalom Chaverim/Dear Friends,
We continue to monitor the advice from experts – the State of Maryland, the CDC and others — about our responsibilities during this challenging time. We are trying to carefully balance our commitment to everyone’s health and well-being, with our needs and desires for social interaction and community. As we approach Shabbat, Adat Shalom leadership wants to best serve our members, and be a responsible organization when it comes to doing our part to protect the more vulnerable in our larger community. As part of doing our share in the regional and nation-wide effort and consistent with what many other communities and work places are doing, we ask that you not attend Shabbat services in person. We’ll do our best to reach out in other ways, and encourage you to live stream our service.
Please join us in wishing Samson, Caryn and Richie a hearty mazal tov. And please stay safe, and connected even if remotely, this Shabbat and going forward.
Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb and Rabbi Hazzan Rachel Hersh
Shelley Sadowsky and Hal Segall, Co-Presidents
Rena Milchberg, Interim Director