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We’ve made it easy.

Never before has it been easier to attend morning minyan and Shabbat and holiday services at Midbar Kodesh Temple. Like to sleep in each morning? Morning minyan is now at 8:00 AM instead of 7:00 AM. Too tired after Shabbat dinner to get in the car and come to MKT? Don’t like to have to shower and get all dressed up? Too hot to get in the car and drive to MKT? Don’t like to drive at night? Now, you can stream in from the comfort of your own homes. Don’t have a prayer book? We have one you can download, and we also show it on the screen during services.

It does take a bit of technological knowledge to figure out how to sign-in to our Zoom room, but once you have it figured out, it is like walking into the building. Don’t like Zoom? We also stream live on Facebook Live and you don’t even need a Facebook account to sign in.

There is no better way to stay connected with the community than to join in with our regular worship streams. At the end of each one we even have a virtual kiddush/oneg to allow everyone a few moments to reconnect and check in on one another.

It is an opportunity to access some spirituality, to learn a bit of Torah, to enliven the soul and to join together with community.

Hope you can join us.

You can find our schedule of services, the siddur downloads and the links to connect to either Zoom or Facebook Live on the Live Stream page of our Website.

Please reach out to me directly if you have any questions about how to access our live streaming.

Shabbat Shalom.

Rabbi Bradley Tecktiel has been Midbar Kodesh Temple's spiritual leader since August 2008. Rabbi Tecktiel was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in May of 1996. He holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees, one from List College and one from Columbia University. He also holds a Masters of Arts from the Jewish Theological Seminary.

You can follow him on Twitter @RabbiMKT.

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