Safety procedures and guidelines

All services will be outdoors, socially distanced, and masked!

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.

We will take all necessary precautions to keep everyone safe including sanitizing the space before and after use, shortening the duration of the services and other changes to procedure.

Please note the following guidelines so we can keep each other safe and healthy:

  • If you are sick stay home. (And have a speedy recovery)
  • If you have been exposed to someone who is a possible COVID-19 carrier you must stay home
  • If you have any underlying health issues that put you at greater risk, contact your doctor to determine if it's safe for you to come.
  • Six-foot distancing will be respected at all times (same households excepted)
  • Attendees are encouraged to bring their own Yarmulka & Talis.
  • Face masks are required at all times while indoors and outdoors while moving around (they may only be removed when stationary/seated 6ft apart from others)
  • Disposable N95 masks will be available for free at the door
  • Hand sanitizer will be available, but pls bring your own little bottle to minimize exposure.
  • In order to ensure tracing and safety guidelines all participants will need to register before the holidays.

***Please understand that since the Mitzvah of safeguarding our health and each others' health must come first, we will have to enforce these rules. We ask that you wait until the guidelines are relaxed if you might find them difficult to adhere to. Likewise, anyone who is at higher-risk is advised to stay home or speak with your doctor before attending.