Congregation Beth Shalom | Friday night Shabbat Service here| Shabbat morning services here | Havdalah family service here | Weekly Torah Study Class | Thursdays at 11:30 am. Regular scheduled services here
Temple Emanu-El here
Shearith Israel here
Ahavath Achim Synagogue live services here.
Congregation Or Hadash here
Temple Sinai Atlanta here
National livestream services here
Intown Jewish Academy:
Every day, 12 pm | Daily Power Parsha Live | A Quick Daily Dose of Torah Inspiration | Join by Zoom here.
Sundays, 9:30 am | Discuss, explore, and journey through the world of Jewish mystical teaching and learn how to apply these profound teachings to your daily life. Join by Zoom here.
Mondays, 7:30 pm | Original Chasidic Discourse on the Soul of Passover | Join by Zoom here.
Tuesdays, 8 pm | Talmud Tuesday Live | Study Tractate Pesachim About the Holiday of Passover | Join by Zoom here.
Wednesdays, 7:30 pm | Torah Studies Live | Deep Torah Analysis | Join by Zoom here.
Thursdays, 8 pm | Cookin’ with Rabbi Ari Live | Shabbat and Holiday Recipes | Join by Zoom here.
Repair The World Atlanta | Join us from the comfort of your home for a discussion on compassionate care for ourselves and our community! Together we’ll bring in Shabbat, meet one another, and dine in the comfort of our own homes as we engage with virtual texts regarding care for one another. Please sign up through the registration link here.
National Gatherings for Livestreaming, Torah Study, Tot Shabbat, and more!
MJCCA is committed to staying together as a community during this time. The following activities have been shifted to virtual gatherings:
MJCCA Day Camps: Please visit the MJCCA Day Camps Facebook page for daily fun activities, live events, exercises for your mind and body, and competitions for your children to participate in to win awesome prizes (including a chance to win a FREE week of camp)! Rabbi G will also be leading Camp Shabbat Fridays at 2:00 pm on the MJCCA Day Camps Facebook page.
MJCCA Book Festival: Click here to view MJCCA’s upcoming Book Festival virtual events!
MJCCA Athletics: The MJCCA Athletics program encourages kids to stay active at home while school is out for an extended period of time. Action for Healthy Kids, a nonprofit organization that promotes a focus on health, fitness, and wellness in schools, has provided some amazing resources to keep kids happy, engaged, and focused on their overall health while at home. Click here for activities to do at home and here for MJCCA’s Game On Activity Library.
MJCCA BBYO: Tune into BBYO On Demand, a brand-new virtual experience for teens worldwide. Enjoy amazing programming and global events! Some of the sessions will even be led by our very own Greater Atlanta Region BBYO members!
MJCCA Blonder Department for Special Needs: Please stay tuned to the Blonder Family Department for Special Needs Facebook group for daily activities, chats, workouts, and more!
MJCCA Aquatics: Swim Skills Guide
MJCCA Outreach: Rabbi G will be leading Acoustic Shabbat Live on Fridays at 6:30 pm on the MJCCA Community Outreach Facebook page.
Matzah Pizza with Scott | April 13 | 7:30 pm | Pizza is one of the world’s most popular foods. During Passover, enjoy the cheese and sauce on top of matzah. Learn to make it with one of the most renowned pizza experts, Scott Weiner. Grab your ingredients to cook along with him. While he cooks, Scott will share some pizza history and stories. He’ll also share more about his philanthropic pizza endeavors. We’ll get started at 7:30pm and the class will be approximately an hour. Learn more and sign up here.
Dumplings with Dave | David Feldman is excited to share his family’s traditional Russian dumpling recipe along with a few Russian toasts, classic soviet jokes, and a nice helping of infused vodka to boot. Learn more and sign up here.
Jewish National Fund | With everything going on in the world, the U.S., and Israel, always remember that you’re a cherished member of the Jewish National Fund‑USA family — and families unite when times get rough. More than ever before, it’s important that we feel connected, engaged, and yes — even inspired. Across the country, we have been working tirelessly to create engaging and meaningful experiences for you — to connect you with the land and people of Israel, even during this time of social distancing. Click here for updates as new content will be added regularly.
The Breman Museum | Field Trip Fridays | The initiative includes ongoing social media and website posts of unique content from 11 organizations, culminating each week with a special “Field Trip Friday” event. The first event begins at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 3. A variety of activities and experiences allows audiences to take a virtual field trip or enjoy a virtual spring break around the city from home. Because many plans were canceled or rescheduled because of COVID-19, this programming still allows all communities to participate in meaningful and fun digital experiences together. Here are the following participating Atlanta attractions: Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta History Center, Breman Museum, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, College Football Hall of Fame, Fernbank Museum, 3D Theater and Forest, Georgia Aquarium, High Museum of Art, Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Zoo Atlanta.