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Covid-19 In-Shul Protocols for Yom Kippur

Welcome to Shul! 

The following are guidelines that must be strictly adhered to for anyone joining us:

Coming to shul will be by reservation only. Reservations will close when we reach capacity, or by our deadline, Wednesday, September 23, whichever comes first. You may ask to be put on a waiting list in the event of any cancellations.

Entry into the building is allowed only with an appropriate mask on. The mask must fully cover your nose and mouth for the duration that you are in the building. Masks will be required for all children ages 3 and up.

Hand sanitizer will be available in the front foyer for use before entering the lobby. There will be more placed around the building for your use.

Whoever reserves will have a saved seat. A seating chart will be posted in a couple of places in the lobby. A copy of the seating chart will also be emailed to you in advance. Everyone will be seated 6 feet apart, while family members will be seated together.

A Machzor will be placed by every seat, and it should be left there for your use in the event that you are there for both days.

The Sefer Torah will not be brought around to be kissed, and please do not reach out to kiss it if you are in its path.

There will be no sermons, and while all the prayers will be said, services will be moving at a faster pace than normal. There will be Torah reading and shofar blowing as indicated.

When services are over please do not linger in the lobby, but exit quickly and efficiently. You may talk to your friends outside at a distance from the doorway.

Thank you for making our shul a safe place for people to daven on these special, holy days!

Click here to make reservations.