Safety procedures and guidelines

In accordance with the CDC guidelines, we will be implementing social distance between all congregants. Seating during services is limited, therefore, registration is imperative so that we can monitor how many people will be able to attend.

The following safety measures are meant only as a guide for proper safety measures to be enforced for those who wish to pray in-person as a community.

Please note: Our Safety Protocols for the High Holidays will continue to be reviewed and updated based on new information available from local health officials and our team of medical experts. 

Procedures we will be enacting during services:

  1. Attendees will be greeted by an usher who will screen, offer mask and/or hand sanitizer, and show you to your seat.
  2. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you at the entrance to the Shul.
  3. Chairs will be been arranged to maintain the social distance guidelines.
  4. Attendees are encouraged to wear their own Yarmulka & Talis, but if you don't bring, one will be provided for you to use.
  5. A Machzor (Hebrew/English prayer book) will be supplied for you at your chair.
  6. To ensure social distancing, kiddushes will take place outside, after each of the day-time services, as well as after the fast of Yom Kippur. All foods will be prepackaged.
  7. If you're not feeling well, or if you have been directly exposed to someone who is a COVID-19 carrier, please celebrate Rosh Hashana from home. If it's ok'd by a Dr. you can join the "Shofar in the park".
  8. When one is called up to the Torah, please make the blessing on the Torah from your seat and stand for the duration of the Aliyah.
  9. There's a maximum number of participants allowed. This includes men and women. All participants will need to register before the holidays. Space is limited to a first-come first-serve basis.