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Covid-19 Protocols - effective May 17, 2022

Our Building Re-Opening Task Force, which has guided synagogue policies during the pandemic, continues to closely follow the recommendations of the CDC as well as consulting medical experts in our congregation and the community.   If you think you may have Covid-19, please use the CDC self-assessment tool found here to determine when you may safely come to the building.  To follow synagogue policy, please comply with the self-assessment tool recommendations. which may require you to quarantine or mask for a certain time period.

All services and some events continue to be accessible by Zoom and Stream for those who do not yet feel comfortable returning. It is, however, our hope that the precautions we continue to take will make you feel safe enough to join us physically in the synagogue. Nothing takes the place of praying and celebrating in the same room with others, seeing them physically present with you. Coming to synagogue again will lift your spirits and nourish your soul. 

Masks are optional; please practice social distancing so that everyone feels comfortable attending services. 
The synagogue continues to require full Covid-19 vaccination for all those age 5 & above who enter the synagogue. 

Minyan breakfast has resumed, with socially distant seating available for those who choose to stay. Shabbat Kiddush will continue to be individually wrapped cakes and cookies, but there will now be socially distanced seating available for those who want to eat. Shabbat luncheons with buffets will also return for special sponsored occasions, with servers and with socially distanced seating available.   

If you have any questions regarding synagogue policy, contact  Jay Ross.

Sun, May 29 2022 28 Iyyar 5782