You don’t have to operate a vehicle to a bingo hallway or pay to try out. All it will take to participate Congregation Shaar Hashalom on household bingo evening is starting some type of computer and joining Zoom.
Friendswood resident Sandy Ostrosky, adult-education trustee, organizes the bingo that is monthly for the synagogue in Houston’s Bay Area.
“It might change how we go forward when we can go back,” she said. “We’re grateful that we have a congregation that cares and does forget about each n’t other.”(*)Hurwitz is additionally thankful that the congregation discovered ways to carry on its programs — and also add more — throughout the pandemic.(*)“It keeps my children linked to Judaism and linked to tradition,” she said.(*)And whenever she watches her sons play bingo against a few of the 80-year-old users, Hurwitz can’t assist but believe that Congregation Shaar Hashalom did much more than persevere in this year that is challengingThe Synagogue has gotten even closer in some real ways,” she said.(*)Lindsay Peyton is a freelance that is houston-based.(*)