Prayers and Possibilities 

It has been wonderful joining together during these safe-at-home months, both for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, and in December,for our zoom holiday celebration. ushering us from Hannukah into Shabbat, from light to light. If you missed our community gathering, you can find it here.

Welcoming 2021, we offer up a prayer for the New Year on into spring. 

May 2021 be a time of healing and renewed health.

May we as individuals and as a community

embrace the strength and challenges ahead

with illuminated spirit and abundant hope,

drawing on the lights of Hanukkah as inspiration,

rededicating ourselves to the values we hold dear.

 On January 27-28, Jews the world over welcome the New Year of Trees, Tu B’shvat. May it remind us that our roots as a people run deep.

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Here's to the possibilities for celebration and hope in 2021. 

Ken Yehi Ratzon-may our prayer come to fruition!

B’shalom, Jan and the community of Bayit Shelanu Synagogue