The Sharei Chesed Board of Directors and Rabbi Ettedgui
will keep you informed about when it will be safe
to return to the building to congregate for Services and Religious School
- Important Recent Announcements from the MN Rabbinical Association ▾
- Passover On-Line Learning & Entertainment Opportunity ▾
- “Stay at Home” Minnesota ▾
- A Shabbat message in a Stay at Home world…
- COVID-19 and Passover Seder Observance 5780 ▾
- Notice From Jewish Family & Children’s Service ▾
- Rabbi Daniel on FaceBook Group1!
- Rabbi Daniel on FaceBook Group2!
Sharei Chesed Building: CLOSED
Dear Sharei Chesed Members and Friends,
Thank you for having patience with us as we navigate through the unknown as the COVID-19
situation continues to develop.
Please know that while our building remains closed, the Sharei Chesed Board is
currently looking into other equitable methods to remain connected as a congregation.
Please make sure you are signed up for our Paperless Email and check our Website
for communication updates. We have also created a TEXT MESSAGE system through
Sign-Up for Paperless Email Communications : HERE
**Make certain to check your SPAM FOLDER for our Paperless Emails.**
Sign-Up for TEXT MESSAGES for Sharei Chesed Info Here:
You can make a Maot-Hittim donation online here: Matzah2020
as well as complete a Mechirat Chametz (selling of Chametz) form. Anyone in need of a Passover package please contact Rabbi Daniel Ettedgui directly by
email (RabbiDaniel.ShareiChesed@gmail.com) or by phone (612-590-3950).
rmd.at/eupdate does not seem to work on laptops and computers!
However there exists website below with Remind Help and LogIn.
This website allows you to login and see messages.
If you have not become a member of Remind, you will need to sign up
you can be helped by Miriam
Check Remind Messages on Laptop
We hope you will join us for services this Shabbat at 9:30 A.M.;
however, if you are unable to attend,
you can view our weekly Shabbat morning program by going to:
A Shabbat message in a Stay at Home world…
D’Var Torah AND Shabbat Program File
Chol means “weekday; mundane.” Moed means “holiday; sacred.”