Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson is featured in The Times of Israel on October 24, 2023

It may have been a bit chutzpadik, but last Shabbat I welcomed worshippers, who include many non-synagogue members watching online, with these words:  “Shabbat Shalom and good evening. Thank you to those with us here in our sanctuary, and to those watching our livestream from afar. If, however, you are in New York City north of 42nd Street and south of 96th Street and you are otherwise well and not caring for someone who needs you, please turn off your television sets or shut down your computers and join us in person on the corner of 65th Street and 5th Avenue. We are always grateful to have you with us in spirit, but right now we need your physical presence too.”

Read the full article on The Times of Israel.