Congregation in a time of COVID-19

The world is a very narrow bridge
The only thing is not to be afraid at all.
כל העולם כולו גשר צר מאוד והעיקר לא לפחד כלל‎
Kol HaOlam Kulo

Trust, connection, and working for good: these are what carry us in times of fear and uncertainty. In the rapidly changing landscape of the pandemic, the Ann Arbor Reconstructionist Congregation is committed to keeping our community connected and providing meaningful, engaging, and richly Jewish services and programming.

Check below for regular updates.

Current AARC Programming

  • Services online
    • Rabbi Ora is leading Fourth Friday Shabbat services, Second Saturday Shabbat services, and Second Saturday Ta Shma via Zoom. Look for the link in your email before each service. (Subscribe to our email list by filling out the form to your right!)
    • See below for links to download the Zoom app to your computer and for other Zoom help.
  • Mishpacha Meet-up groups for members
    • Watch for more information on these groups of 7 pre-assigned member households who will stay in touch through the quarantine over an agreed upon-platform.
  • Weekly congregation check-ins
    • Every Wednesday evening at 7 pm, Rabbi Ora hosts a Community Check-In via Zoom Meeting. We sing together, learn together, and share how we’re doing. Look for the Zoom link in your email each week.
  • Facebook group for members
    • If you have a Facebook account, search for “AARC Member Group,” and ask to join.

Help in the Real World

Help Using Virtual World Tools

Music, Chanting, Online Services and Other Jewish Resources