How Do We Think About Reopening?

This is the fourth week of the month. For Reflections Off the Bimah, the fourth week features thought leaders from throughout the Jewish world and beyond. These special posts give you the opportunity to consider important opinions you may not readily encounter. I share this piece from Rabbi Jacob Blumenthal, CEO of The Rabbinical Assembly and United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Reopening Beth El will be gradual, complicated and assuring people’s safety while creatively finding ways to celebrate together.  Rabbi Blumenthal offers us a framework of Jewish values to be considered.  Rabbi Blumenthal grew up at Beth El and until last year, was the rabbi at Shaare Torah in Gaithersburg.

Posted by Rabbi Greg Harris

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Sandra F or Lee Winnick

I do not think we are ready to reopen We need to slow down and wait until Montgomery County is allowed to open up freely.

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