In consultation with the medical and scientific professionals on our COVID task force, TCS is now recommending all congregants wear masks while indoors. COVID cases are on the rise due to a highly transmissible variant. In addition, there are high case numbers of both the flu and RSV.
Furthermore, it is recommended that all congregants get vaccinated against flu and COVID.
At this time, masks are recommended but not required. The task force will continue to examine the data available and make changes as needed. As we approach February vacation, we have been advised to consider the COVID caseload and perhaps move to masks required for a 2 week period post February school vacation week.
As a reminder, please stay home if you are feeling ill and follow all masking protocols when recovering from COVID. Our services and many programs are still accessible online. We thank you for your cooperation.
Free COVID tests provided by the town of Easton are available in the TCS lobby.
Students will lead us in prayer as we welcome Shabbat together. Join us as we celebrate the consecration of our students who are new to SULAM this year. Students from all grades, siblings, and extended family & friends are welcome!
Oneg sponsored by the School Committee
Come elevate your soul with favorite melodies and spiritual moments in a circle of sacred song led by our Mevarchim (“blessers” who sing and play musical instruments.
Join us for our Tu bi-Sh’vat celebration, otherwise known as “Birthday for the Trees.”
Celebrate with family and community as we enjoy birthday cake, snacks, music, stories, and crafts—including planting parsley seeds to grow in time for Passover. Invite your family and friends to this joyous occasion!
For more information, please email Rabbi Ken or call 508-960-6654.
Enjoy Shabbat dinner at TCS!
Join us in celebration of family and community at our revamped Tot Shabbat. Rabbi Ken and special guest Maya Emerson will lead kids in songs, stories, crafts, and a Shabbat candle-lighting.
Be sure to invite your friends and family.
Stop in to say hello, check in and connect with your community!
Click here to request link.
Here is the information for remote connection:
The YouTube link for the service broadcast will be active starting at 7:30 pm.
This link will take people to the TCS Channel page. On that page, starting at 7:30 pm,
there will be a video with the word “Live” in red.
Clicking that video will enable people to see the service.
With the service on YouTube, we cannot share a screen with the text of the prayers on it. For
those who want to follow along with the prayers, the click here for the text of the service.
Click to request a link to join us on Zoom before and after services.
In-Person (with bagels and coffee) and Remote at 9:00 am
Join Rabbi Ken and your TCS friends to gain a deeper understanding of familiar (and unfamiliar) Torah stories and their relevance for today. No prior knowledge of Torah, Hebrew, or Judaism is required.
Join Rabbi Ken Carr and David Rothberg as we bid farewell to Shabbat. If you wish, bring your own cup of wine or grape juice, candle and spices (regular cinnamon or another spice of your choice will be perfect)!
Click here to request link.
An upbeat, exciting musical Shabbat experience for the whole family, featuring a rock band.