Who May Attend:
*Men and women above Bar / Bas Mitzva.
*Children aged 10 may join and sit next to their parent.
*Senior citizens up to age 70 may attend with permission from their physician.
*Participants must not have exhibited any symptoms of illness in the past 14 days.
*As mentioned above, this week no registration is required for
minyanim. *Registration is required for
minyanim (Friday evening through Motzai Shabbos).
*Given the limited space, please make sure that you only reserve a spot that you can attend. Several people were unable to attend minyanim that were listed as "full" but in fact had several empty seats.
Use this link
to register on our registration lists hosted by "Signup.com". There, you can also see Minyan numbers in real time and adjust your selections as needed.
*This week two family members may sit together. This family "couple" sitting next to each other should take only ONE slot in the registration form.
Protocols for Participation (Shabbos and weekday):
*Participants must wear a face mask covering one’s nose and mouth at all times while in the building.
*There will be no access to bathrooms. Please plan accordingly.
*In an effort to minimize shared surfaces, the Shul will be a “no-touch zone.” Doors to the building and each room will be propped open and should be left open at all times. Please come in without touching any surfaces and go directly to the seat you choose for davening. Seats and other surfaces will be disinfected regularly.
*Those attending the Main Shul minyan should enter through the main doors only. Those attending the Heritage Hall minyan should enter through the Heritage Hall doors only.
*Bring Siddurim and Chumashim from home.
Do not use the Shul's books.
*Chairs have been positioned with careful calculations to ensure proper distancing. Do not move any chairs. Please remain by your seat throughout davening.
*There is to be no congregating in the building before or after davening. Please exit directly after the end of davening.