Who May Attend:
*Men and women above Bar / Bas Mitzva.
*Children aged 9 and up may join and sit next to their parent.
*Senior citizens may attend with explicit permission from a physician.
*Participants must not have exhibited any symptoms of illness in the past 14 days.
*No registration is required for weekday minyanim.
*Registration is required for Shabbos minyanim (Friday evening through Motzai Shabbos).
*Given the limited space, please make sure that you only reserve a spot that you can attend.
*See link below 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.
*We have seating arranged in coupled chairs for family members. Please remember when signing up that 2 family members = 1 slot.
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.
*In an effort to minimize shared surfaces, the Shul is a “no-touch zone.” The Heritage Hall entrance and doors to each minyan room should be propped open.
*Bring Siddurim and Chumashim from home. Do not use the Shul's books.
*While there is tremendous value in interpersonal interaction, especially during these trying times, we discourage congregating before and after davening.
*Chairs have been positioned with careful calculations to ensure proper distancing. Do not move any chairs. Please remain by your seat throughout davening.
*A plexiglass Torah reading safety barrier safely allows for aliyos. The aliyah recipient may choose to grasp the Torah handle (etz chaim) through the specially designed Torah reading safety barrier. We encourage use of sanitizer before and after the aliyah
*The bathrooms near the Main Shul and near Heritage Hall are open for limited use. Doors will be left open where possible and only one person may enter at a time.