September 14, 2022
As of 9/14/22
If you have COVID and have finished your period of isolation, as per CDC guidelines, you must wear a well-fitting mask (N95 or KN95) through the 10th day. In addition, we agree with the CDC’s recommendation that you test negative twice before removing your mask, and we ask that you stay away from the building for that entire period. If you have been exposed to someone with Covid, you must wear a well-fitting mask for 10 days following the last date of exposure and get tested at least 5 full days after your last exposure, as per the CDC guidelines.
If you have any symptoms of COVID or otherwise do not feel well, please do not come to the building,
Seating in the sanctuary is set in rows, with extra space between rows and aisles. Please be sensitive to those who are not comfortable sitting next to someone outside of their immediate household by first asking if it’s okay to sit next to them.
For those individuals more comfortable wearing masks during services, we will be designating a seating area as masked required.
Beginning after the High Holy Days, we will no longer have limitations on the number of attendees at Kabbalat Mitzvahs and or other worship and life cycle services. A Torah processional will occur on Shabbat morning when appropriate. We request that the congregation avoid crowding around the Torah and that it maintain distance from those carrying The Torahs.