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Temple Isaiah of Stony Brook is a Reform Jewish community with about 275 family and individual members.  More than a congregation, for many members we are a big, extended family.  We offer many fine religious, cultural, educational, and social-action programs catering to a wide variety of interests.  Let us tell you a little about our special place and the special people you will meet here.

Important Announcement: Rabbi & Cantor have created modified services that are now posted on our facebook page. Please click here to view the videos (you must be logged in to your personal facebook account in order to view the video)

To download the virtual Prayer Book: Click Here

Dear Friends,

Please join Cantor Marcey and me for a Zoom virtual preneg at 5:30 and service at 6:00, this Friday, April 3rd.  For the preneg, bring food and drink and relax in your own home, while shmoozing with others on line.  This will not be a Shir Joy Shabbat, but a modified Shabbat service at the scheduled time for the first Friday of the month.
You can use your own prayer book, just listen and join in, or follow with the virtual flip prayer book that is being sent separately.
To use Zoom, first download the Zoom app.  Then follow these instructions:
Google zoom.us <http://zoom.us/>. Then go to the Zoom web site. Click on “Join Meeting” which is in the upper right hand corner of the screen. When they ask for a meeting number type in: 724 100 8417.  Open this up and you should be at the meeting. You can practice ahead of time.  Make sure your microphone and video are on, but mute yourself when the service is about to begin.  This should work from either Apple or PC computers. If you don’t have a regular computer, you can use a tablet or phone. Depending on whether or not there is a camera on your device you may not appear on other screens but you should be able to hear and to speak, at the appropriate times.
Feel free to invite friends and extended family to join us.  We look forward to celebrating Shabbat together!  Stay safe and healthy.
Rabbi Paul Sidlofsky

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