The murmur of masked voices filled the fellowship hall of Temple Beth Tefilloh in Brunswick. With the tapping of metal on glass, the chatting ceased and Rabbi Rachael Bregman stepped to the middle of the room. She invited the 30 attendees to take their seats at tables positioned around the hall.

“ ... but try to sit with people that you do not know,” she said playfully.

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