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During this epidemic, Congregation Shomrei Torah strives to continue to provide ritual, learning, community, and comfort.

There are currently no in-person activities (services, classes, office staff, etc.) at the CST campus.  

Even though our campus is closed, services and classes continue via live-stream and Zoom, see our CALENDAR for details. To keep up to date with our virtual offerings, make sure you are subscribed to our MAILING LIST. If you need help or support during this time, please contact a STAFF MEMBER.

December 2020 Update

Since we expect our home on the hill to remain closed through the winter season, the recently created CST Covid re-entry team will spend this time preparing, beginning with evaluating when and how to reopen as safely as possible. Our rabbis and board members are concerned about our health and safety; our goal is to reopen when it is safe for all of our congregants, from the most hardy to our most vulnerable.

Throughout history, Jews have faced and overcome adversity; with seasons of damaging wildfires, Sonoma County Jews have certainly had our share. During these dark times, we have come together to pray, comfort, support, and heal. At the beginning of the pandemic, Rabbi George and Rabbi Stephanie seamlessly transitioned to an online platform to continue to provide comfort, care and connection to our members. With the assistance of our dedicated staff and volunteers, our rabbis have been working to ensure that our community continues to thrive during these challenging times.

COVID-19 is yet another opportunity for our community to support each other, albeit this time from afar and often via Zoom. If you have not already done so, we urge you to explore all of the enriching online opportunities available for CST members to pray, learn and gather together.

The CST Covid re-entry team — Co-Presidents, Paul Berlant and Ann DuBay, Dave Fichera, Erica Magers, Jillian Navarro, and Rabbi Stephanie Kramer — will keep you informed about our progress in sculpting our reopening plan based on local and state guidelines. In the meantime, remember that we are a strong and loving community and will continue to learn, pray, and flourish during this difficult moment in history.

 

Click Here for community Covid-19 resources.

 

The CST Virtual Choir offers Ahavah 

With the hope it brings you comfort and peace during these unprecedented times.

Tue, January 26 2021 13 Sh'vat 5781