The unsettling, fast-moving and unpredictable world of life with COVID-19 is upon us. As we’re all discovering, a worldwide pandemic disrupts everyone on an unprecedented scale. COVID-19 represents a challenge to all of us in varying degrees. For some, it is frustrating and a grave inconvenience. For others, it is life changing, scary and a very real threat. For all of us, it represents the opportunity to ensure that our community does what we do best—come together and support one another.

Community Calendar for Local Online Offerings

Many local and national organizations are providing online content, classes and live sessions to keep people educated, informed and even entertained, but most importantly... connected.

Online Offerings Beyond Portland

The Kitchen (San Francisco) has recorded the Shabbat blessings for communal singing along (or learning!).

Craig Taubman and Rabbi David Wolpe are leading “Shabbat InSpirit,” scheduled for 6:00 Eastern/ 3:00 Pacific on Fridays. 

BBYO has created to offer teen experiences and support as well as support to teen educators.

OneTable has resources for Shabbat and how to Shabbat Alone, Together

Hilel has created Hillel@Home to create community and connection among Jewish college students. has launched an online page to ensure that the mourner’s Kaddish will be said in synagogue.


PJ Library Resources for Quarantined Families


Running list of streaming services worldwide



Additional COVID-19 Information and Resources


We are all dealing with a dynamic and challenging situation as the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread worldwide, including in the United States and Canada. Given that this is a public health crisis, our most important sources of information are the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Preventionthe Public Health Agency of Canada and the World Health Organization


Important Information