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Synagogue Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Rabbi Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen
39:46
https://www.instagram.com/rabbiebc/
Ted Penfield
53:37
did you have a question?
Rabbi Andy Vogel, Temple Sinai
57:28
Here is a Dropbox link to a word document containing the text of our survey. We used Survey Monkey, but Google surveys might be free... https://www.dropbox.com/s/hh9c3cuv4hfehwl/FINAL%20VERSION%20-%20Temple%20Sinai%20survey%20on%20COVID-19%20-%20sent%20March%2017%202020.docx?dl=0
Rabbi Andy Vogel, Temple Sinai
57:52
Feel free to use this survey, adapt, improve upon this, as suits your community
Rabbi Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen
57:58
Absolutely - please join anything! Linktr.ee/rabbiebc
Rabbi Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen
58:12
http://linktr.ee/rabbiebc
Rabbi Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen
01:03:02
Facebook live could be good for that
Rabbi Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen
01:03:16
If your congregants are on Facebook - not everyone is
Ted Penfield
01:11:30
Zoom has 2 major methods of meetings . . . (1)Regular meetings where everyone can see, hear, and interact (2) Zoom Webinars where the panelist can be seen/heard by the attendees. Attendees submit questions in a more formal/controlled fashion. It is the matter of choosing the method which works best of the specific need. Webinar is a more pricey feature, so I would imagine most will want the regular Zoom Meetings.
vreinstein
01:12:30
Any ideas for meeting Pesach needs, helping single people, particularly, to avoid isolation; we haven’t cancelled our community seder yet, but clearly will need to.
Rabbi Elizabeth Bonney-Cohen
01:13:29
Thinking about Shabbat streaming - Zoom has the option to record, but doesn’t do that by default. To my understanding, Facebook does record, which could pose halakhic challenges for some communities
Rabbi Leora Kling Perkins
01:14:32
Tova's was going to cater our communal seder-- now we're offering "seder in a box" for sale from them, through us.
Alison Adler
01:16:19
North Shore rabbis have started to discuss joining together for online sederim, and hopefully support to bring food to people who need it. But It's just in preliminary discussion. How do we move forward with any shared plans?
Rabbi Andy Vogel, Temple Sinai
01:18:45
Victor, I think you have to cancel your in person Seder.