A wealth of Jewish spiritual content is available literally at your fingertips, with the help of your computer, tablet, television or smartphone. Things such as Hebrew lessons, lectures from 92nd Street Y, news from Israel, Jewish music, and Sabbath and Daily Minyan services.
This list of internet resources came to us with the help of a passionate advocate, Sheldon Wishna. Viewing and listening to Judaic content can be found on the Jewish Family Services website at www.jfskc.org/judaic-content. These resources are particularly convenient for older adults or those who may be home-bound. You also will find tips for accessing content via hi-definition internet television.
For more information on Judaic content online, contact JFS’ Chaplaincy program. If you need technical assistance accessing these resources, JFS offers assistance through its Help@Home membership-based program. Both can be reached at (913) 327-8250.