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Welcome to Temple Ohabei Shalom

This Week at TOS:

Tuesday, December 6:
3:15pm: ARS in Session

Thursday, December 8:
9:00am: Torah for the Heart and Mind with Rabbi Berkman. (virtual only)

Friday, December 9:
6:00pm:Erev Shabbat Services (in person and virtual)  
Available on Zoom, TOS Live, and Facebook Live

Saturday, December 10:
This weeks Torah Portion is: VayishlachGenesis 32:4−36:43

10:30am: Shabbat Morning Services and B'nei Mitzvah of Akash Sky Hoffman (in person and virtual)  

Weekly Yahrzeits can be found Here

Weekly Service Zoom Links and other Zoom Offerings:

As per Zoom's security recommendations, we do not post Zoom links on our public website. They are all sent through email - so be sure you open your emails to get the ZOOM links you'll need! Members who log in to their ShulCloud accounts can find links on this secure web page.

TOS Celebrates 180 Years

celebrate. commemorate. connect 

Temple Ohabei Shalom is celebrating 180 years! Check our 180 webpage for more information and updates about our year long celebration.

Learn more Here

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Contact Cassie Dezii by emailing or by calling the TOS office: 617.277.6610.

COVID Update- 8.15.22

Each stage of the COVID-19 pandemic has had unique challenges. We have many tools available to us including lifesaving vaccines for children age six (6) months and older, antiviral medications, and SO much more information about how this virus is transmitted and spread. Given the increased transmissibility of the newer COVID variants, we all need to be prepared to deal with COVID for the long term. We believe that transparency, communication, and collaboration have served us well.  As always, we do everything we can to keep our community safe and healthy. 

We have updated our COVID guidelines and protocols based on recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the MA Department of Early Education and Care (DEEC), and the Brookline Health Department and the advice of our TOS Health and Safety Committee.  Committee.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has developed a new tool to help communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data – COVID-19 Community Level. Levels can be low, medium, or high and are determined by looking at hospital beds being used, hospital admissions, and the total number of new COVID-19 cases in an area. We will use this tool to help us make decisions about our mitigation processes and procedures.   Should the local spread of COVID increase, we will reassess and adjust our policies accordingly. 

See our current COVID-19 Protocols Here

Thu, December 8 2022 14 Kislev 5783