Rabbi David Leipziger Tevah sends the following message, “As our campus returns to something resembling normalcy, I hope the complex and painful process of grieving and healing will slowly begin to unfold. Please know that the Bayit is open and there are many ways for us as a community to join together.”
Students who are looking for a safe space to talk, support, and hear from others may join each other in the Bayit for a “Jewish community check in” at 5:30 pm. Tonight there will be Shabbat services at 6 pm in the Bayit. And then there will be a Shabbat dinner at 7:30 pm. All these events are open to the entire campus – not just Jewish students – and we welcome everyone to join us for any or all of them.
Rabbi David also says that, “If I can be of help, feel free to stop by 169 High St (corner with Church St, second floor).”