Connect with Jewish Tidewater’s Virtual Resources

April 10, 2020

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Stay connected with Jewish Tidewater through virtual resources, classes, programs, services, and each other.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, physical doors may be temporarily closed, but Jewish agencies, schools, and synagogues are all virtually open.

At JewishVa.org, find everything virtual, including fitness classes, suggestions for celebrating holidays, children and family programs, and arts opportunities. You can also learn about Israel and issues of importance to the Jewish community, as well as ways to advocate now. And, see what area synagogues are doing for congregants and community members, including holding virtual services, lunch and learns, and plenty of fun activities, most of which are open to all.

One of the latest additions is Jewish Tidewater Volunteers. This section offers opportunities to assist those in need—individuals, families, and area Jewish institutions. For instance, Jewish Family Service might need help in making phone calls or distributing food, while Beth Sholom Village might request cards and art materials for their residents. The community needs each other more than ever and Jewish Tidewater Volunteers will help facilitate some of the connections.

With options for physical, mental, and spiritual fitness, Jewish Tidewater’s Virtual Community Resources offer an abundance of activities to keep busy.

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