We ask all congregants and guests to respect the following guidelines:
- Masks are required for all individuals (ages 2 and up) for all services, programs, and activities held inside and outside at the synagogue
- Stay home if you do not feel well, have a fever, exhibit cold symptoms, or have been exposed to anyone who is sick
- Practice safe hand hygiene: hand sanitizer is available throughout the building and hand soap is in all restrooms
- Practice social distancing and avoid handshakes and hugs
Information about our new state of the art air-purification system for the entire building:
As part of our commitment to safely occupy the synagogue building during the COVID-19 pandemic and for our future, our air ventilation system has been updated to a state-of-the-art air-purification system.
The air in the building is delivered high and extracted low (for example in the main sanctuary there are floor grills under the seats at every third row). The system provides hydrogen peroxide molecules into the air continuously. Our air changes at a rate of 4 + air changes per hour. This system is patented and has been in use in thousands of locations for more than 20 years. It has an efficacy rate of 99+% for cleaning and eliminating bacteria and viruses, like the flu, common cold, and COVID-19.
The following religious services will be conducted in-person as well as streamed on Zoom.
Morning Minyan at 8 am
Evening Minyan at 6 pm through Friday, November 5
Evening Minyan at 5 pm beginning Sunday, November 7
Shabbat morning at 9 am