Zoom Instructions and Resources


Temple Beth David

Our building is closed.

But our community is open…online.


We remain connected to one another, engaged in Jewish life and learning, and prepared to help one another in this time of need.

Please note that all major temple programs and gatherings have been postponed until further notice.  Please reach out to us with any needs that you have.  Our administrative staff will be working remotely.  If you have urgent pastoral needs, call the temple at 781-769-5270 and follow the instructions on the voicemail.

We invite you to take a few minutes to fill out this brief survey COVID-19 Needs Survey to offer assistance to others or request assistance for yourself with groceries or other day-to-day needs.


Thank you for your patience and understanding. We are responding to an evolving situation and figuring out the best way to do things. For now, we are are focused on the immediate future.

We will update this space as needed.

Link to Community Resources.

Link to all Temple Beth David COVID-19 Community Updates

The mitzvah of tzedakah, righteous giving, is a core value of our tradition and culture at Temple Beth David.

With kids out of school who receive free lunches and work being disrupted for many in the greater Boston area, the services of food banks will be in great demand.  Please consider making a tzedakah contribution to the following organizations:

Westwood Food Pantry
Family Table
The Greater Boston Food Bank

Blessings for washing hands

Click here to livestream Shabbat services and subscribe to the TBD channel.
Fridays, 6:30pm

Link to Shabbat prayerbook

Rabbi Karen and Rabbi Micah Citrin are available for individual appointments by phone or Zoom Tuesdays-Thursdays. Please email the rabbis or leave a message on their temple voicemail to set up an appointment.

Lunchtime Talmud continues with the Rabbis on Thursdays from 12:00 to 1:00.  All are welcome. Click here to register.  

An informal opportunity to check-in, connect, recognize the good in our lives, and consider a piece of wisdom from Jewish tradition.

Register here for April 1st.

Register here for April 7th.

Taught by Rabbinic Intern SAM Luckey
The Exodus story is rich with spiritual and social lessons. We will study texts and stories together and consider how we can build community through the seder rituals even while we are physically separated from many of our loved ones.

Click here to register  After registering for the Zoom class you will receive more information about how to join the meeting. All are welcome.

Wake up and celebrate Shabbat together! A fun, short service and story for young children, parents and caregivers with the rabbis. We’ll also sing fun seder songs! Enjoy your own snack after! Email to request the Zoom link.