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ברוכים הבאים -- Welcome

 

In-Person Shabbat Services are back...

Broadcasts continue on Livestream, Facebook Live, and the Ohev Shalom website home page (see below)

* Masks or face coverings are required
* Social distancing of 6 feet (2 meters)
* Please follow all screening and safety precautions


Click HERE for a video walk-through of the COVID-19 precautions for in-person services

Click HERE for a video walk-through of how to take an Aliyah with COVID-19 precautions

Click HERE for Frequently Asked Questions on COVID-19 safety precautions at Ohev Shalom

If you are uncomfortable or uncertain about attending services,
please join us from home by watching online.
Those who are at elevated risk for COVID-19
should not attend in person.


Shabbat Shalom!
 
 

 

 

Virtual Shabbat

We’re with you, candle-lighting to Havdalah!

 

 

 

Friday, October 30th

5:45 PM - Welcome Shabbat Together

NOTE: EARLIER TIME

Join Amy & Eric Geboff on Facebook LIVE for candle-lighting, blessing the children, Kiddush, and HaMotzi

Via Facebook Live

 

7:30 PM - Guitar Shabbat!
          Erev Shabbat Services
In-Person and Virtual -- with Rabbi Kay


 

Also available via Livestream OR Facebook Live

 

 

Saturday, October 31st

 

     9:30 AM – Shabbat Morning Services

        

In Person and Virtual -- with Cantor Robuck & Rabbi Kay

 


 

Also available via Livestream or Facebook Live

 

     7:15 PM – Virtual Havdalah 
     
** Note NEW Earlier Time! **
with Rabbi David & Joanne Goldman Kay

 


 

Also available via  Livestream or Facebook Live

Click HERE to learn songs for Virtual Havdalah

All the texts you need for Virtual Shabbat (Friday night blessings, Shabbat prayer book, Torah and Haftarah portions in Hebrew and English) can be found at: https://ohevshalom.org/virtualshabbat

 

 

Stay up-to-date by following us on Facebook, Instagram (OhevShalomOrlando), and Twitter (@ShalomOhev).

 
 

Hearing Loop Installed

Congregation Ohev Shalom has installed a Hearing Loop in the sanctuary, chapel, and ballrooms.  This is to assist those with hearing loss hear more clearly during services.  A Hearing Loop is an assistive listening system that transmits sound directly into one’s hearing aids or cochlear implants rather than depending on sound coming from the loudspeakers.  To receive the Loop signal and hear more clearly, you will need to manually activate your T-coil or “telephone” setting on your hearing aid or cochlear implant.  If you don’t know if you have a T-coil or whether yours is properly programmed, consult with your audiologist or hearing aid professional.  If you don’t wear hearing aids, ask to use a Loop receiver to receive the sound. 

       Ohev Shalom Shabbat morning services may be viewed on Livestream

Congregation Ohev Shalom is affiliated with
the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

Wed, October 28 2020 10 Cheshvan 5781