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מלב ללב M'lev l'lev: "From Heart to Heart"Spiritual Resources for Strength and Hope

Rabbi Z's Videos To Inspire ...

Prayers, Meditations, Stories to Inspire and and Joyful Offerings

Prayer for Healing, Prayer for Hand-Washing,  Prayer for Travelers, and Prayer for Caregivers/Healers

Music from near and far

 Educational Resources

Jewish Education Project

Jewish Federations of North America

Union for Reform Judaism

Ideas for families with children


Latest News regarding closings, changes to schedule and more...
Letter to congregation – March 16, 2020
Letter to congregation – March 12, 2020
Letter to congregation – March 6, 2020

UJA’s Community Resource page

As promised, sharing this robust community resources page, which will continue to evolve as new resources become available for individuals and organizations. Check back for updates.

Access services live - or archived - here.

Interest-free loans for members of the Jewish community

The Hebrew Free Loan Society (supported by the UJA-Federation of New York) is offering interest-free bridge loans for anyone affected by the coronavirus who lives in greater New York (including Long Island).  Interest-free loans of $2,000-$5,000 are available for purposes including (but not limited to) lost wages due to being unable to go to work, childcare costs due to school closures, small business losses, canceled study abroad programs, related medical costs. Find more information here and please share with anyone in your communities who may be affected.


Important hotlines

  1. People under self-quarantine or exposure to known case, call (866) 588-0195

  2. NYS Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline: (888) 364-3065

  3. Nassau County COVID-19 information: call 311

General Information

  1. New York State Department of Health
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  3. World Health Organization (WHO)
  4. JCRC (Jewish Community Relations Council

Need Help? Want to Volunteer?
Introducing our TCS Neighbors Network

As a קהילה קדושה Kehillah K’doshah, a sacred community, now more than ever is the time when we are putting these words into action with the introduction of our TCS Neighbors Network. The Community Synagogue Neighbors Network allows us to organize resources and non-emergency/non-medical aid to assist families and individuals in our synagogue community.

This effort is for both those who need assistance and for those who are looking for an opportunity to help.  

Here are some of the services offered through TCS Neighbors Network:

  • grocery shopping
  • picking up prescriptions
  • other essential errands
  • friendly phone calls from clergy and congregants

Please click on the link below to let us know your specific needs or if you’d like to volunteer.  Or you can contact our TCS Neighborhood Network Coordinator, Allison Merims directly at or by phone at 516-441-0867 (All calls will be returned promptly.)

Together as a community we can get through these difficult and uncertain times knowing that above all, we are here for each other.

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Mon, June 1 2020 9 Sivan 5780