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Covid-19 Protocols - effective December 1, 2021

All attendees at inside and outside events must be vaccinated, if eligible for the vaccine. Children under 12 are required to be vaccinated by January 15., 2022.  There are no exceptions to this policy. We are not requiring vaccine cards. This is on the honor system.  

All attendees at outside events must be masked except when eating or drinking.  

All attendees at inside events must be masked, except when eating or drinking. 

Kiddushes, Onegs and other receptions tied to services are only individually packaged food.  Attendees may take the food to go, or eat at one of the tables set up in Gross Atrium.  Unless eating at the tables, you must be masked inside.  

Inside events, including receptions and meals -- whether congregation sponsored or privately sponsored -- are allowed, with number caps based on the specific room. These events require masking and social distancing for the safety of our members. The rooms and number caps are noted below: 

Rosenthal Auditorium – 100 
Halpern Hall – 75 
Gottlieb Auditorium – 50 
For outside events, the following locations are noted: 
Abraham Courtyard – 25 
Linden Courtyard - 75 

If the event number exceeds the cap number but is close, the Executive Director may allow for a higher number. Safety is the priority here. 

The meals will be served plated or family style at each table,, no buffet, and allow for social distancing when eating. The numbers for these meals should be limited, based on room size noted above. The synagogue general policy is that meals with approximately 25 or less are fine in any location, above that should be approved by the Executive Director. 

Events that plan to use indoor space must take reservations in advance, to maintain room limits. Late walk-ins and late reservations will not be allowed unless they are within these room/space limits. 

The daily minyans are held as follows: , the morning minyan is held in the David J. & Ruth A.  Moskowitz Sanctuary and the evening minyan is held in Nickman Chapel . Friday evening services are held inside in the David J. & Ruth A. Moskowitz Sanctuary or outside in the Linden Family Courtyard (weather permitting) and Saturday morning services are held in the David J. & Ruth A. Moskowitz Sanctuary.  Masks are required at all services and please practice social distancing so that everyone feels comfortable attending services. 


Mon, January 24 2022 22 Shevat 5782