At ShalomAtHome.org we are doing our best to get up and running, and fully functional. It is through your help and donations that this is possible. We will have several monthly Services at no cost, and additional programming in also available to members. Please email us with questions, or programs you are interested in and we will add you to our mailing list, (if you wish) and keep you up to date. We are accepting content and speaking with many that wish to participate. Please feel free to reach out. Thanks for your support and for telling your family and friends about us.
Who can you now spend Shabbat with?
Thank you for joining us. Click below for links and video to worship with us.
You can always go directly to our "Religious Services" page. Services are archived.
AT A GLANCE
ShalomAtHome.org is a multi-generational online Synagogue and Jewish Learning Center. Our mission is to encourage multi-generational Jewish worship, education, and experience via an accessible, inclusive, online setting.
During the unprecedented days of the COVID-19 pandemic, we learned of the true importance of prayer, community, and tradition. These values were tested as we sheltered at home and isolated ourselves. We realized that there was a need to embrace and replace. We needed to embrace the fact that we had no control over our current situation, and that we needed to replace what was no longer going to work for us with what was. We started seeing parents and adult children logging into streaming services online and celebrating the Sabbath together for the first time in years. We started seeing children attending classes online from home with great success. We started to see the benefits of being able to provide Judaism, in multiple forms, to families - that for whatever reasons – were distanced. That is why we ultimately decided to launch ShalomAtHome.org.
High Holiday Project Isaiah
As COVID-19 threatens our community’s access to food and leaves Americans without jobs, more and more people become food insufficient. Project Isaiah works to keep hundreds of food service workers employed while delivering meals to those in need.
Project Isaiah is the Jewish community's annual High Holidays food drive benefiting Community Food Banks.
The project is named for the Prophet Isaiah, who when asked why we fast on Yom Kippur, responded, "Is it not to share your bread with the hungry?" (Isaiah 5:8).
We are asking for you to participate in a virtual food drive by donating to the food bank of your choice on behalf of Shalom At Home.
Your Social Action Committee
BAR & BAT MITZVAH PLANNING
Reinforcing our Commitment
HEBREW AND YIDDISH CLASSES
Beginner to Advanced
TORAH & TALMUD
And other Advanced Religious Studies