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Updates from Steve Zeidwerg, Co-President


March 29, 2020  800pm

It has been pounded into us - stay home, maintain social distancing at least six feet apart if we go out. We get it and we are doing it.  Now everyone needs to be aware of their mental health and well-being.  Make yourself busy.  Don't watch the news all day.  Stay in touch with us and attend our live stream programming.  Keep your sense of humor.

Whether you are young, middle-aged, or older, what we are experiencing today is a major hurdle in our lives that we will get over just like any other problem that we faced in our lifetime.  We will all gain a new perspective on how many of our past problems weren't really so major.

We have to come to the realization, and really know and believe that both individually, as well as the EBJC family; that we will overcome this pandemic and we will be stronger, smarter, more empathetic, and more resilient than ever before.

All of our EBJC congregants are extended family to us and we have to remain close.  And, as we get through this together, we will get closer yet.  When we physically get back together, we should and we will appreciate each other more than ever.

Currently, I am working on this website to make it less disjointed and to keep it current.  There is a great amount of information on here and I want it to be the main conduit to disseminate information and programming to all of our congregants.  All of our programming and live stream events will be listed on the events/live events tab and will have a link to attend.   If you have any suggestions, please email me at 

Mon, March 30 2020 5 Nisan 5780