Rabbi Daniel Schwartz reviews notes on his computer before getting ready to livestream a Friday night Shabbat service from inside Temple Shir Shalom, a Reform synagogue in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan, on March 27, 2020 amid a coronavirus disease (C

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Some rabbis think videoconferencing technology such as Zoom is a good platform for bridging the gap during the pandemic. Others make the opposite case.

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Rabbi Daniel Schwartz reviews notes on his computer before getting ready to livestream a Friday night Shabbat service from inside Temple Shir Shalom, a Reform synagogue in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan, on March 27, 2020 amid a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak across the country.

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