What do we do when the unspeakable happens?
Last Shabbat, we witnessed the deadliest act of anti-Semitism in North American history. This Shabbat, we respond with our greatest show of solidarity.
We are witnessing an unprecedented rise in anti-Semitic acts in America, up 57% in 2017. And, in the aftermath of the lethal attack at Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue, we are also witnessing an outpouring of support — reminding us that "out of the fires of desperation burn hope and solidarity."
Peace-loving citizens from every corner of the globe, clergy from every religious sector, political leaders from both sides of the ocean and both sides of the aisle — are uniting with us for Solidarity Shabbat across the continent.
Join one of our local synagogues this Saturday for a #SolidarityShabbat to #StandWithPittsburgh.
Congregation Brith Sholom – Conservative
Congregation Sons of Israel - Orthodox
Temple Beth El - Conservative
Chabad of the Lehigh Valley
Temple Covenant of Peace/Bnai Abraham Synagogue – Reform/Conservative
10:00 a.m., Temple Covenant of Peace
PLUS Friday, Nov. 2: Shabbat service/HIAS program
Congregation Keneseth Israel – Reform