Important Information Regarding Attending Services

We are grateful that we can once again pray together. However, due to the COVID-19/Coronavirus, we will require you to adhere to the following restrictions.

Seats are available by reservation to members only. Reservations must be made prior to the stated deadline on the form sign up page. Do not come to Shul unless you have confirmation that a seat is available for you.

Attendees are required to wear a mask over their mouth and nose the entire time they are in the building. This is not a personal decision; the mask is worn to protect others from infection, and non-compliance puts at risk everyone else.  Scarves and other cloth coverings are not approved as adequate face masks.

Regular Services Only: Please bring your own Siddur & Chumash, they will not be supplied.

High Holy Days Only: A prayer book will be supplied to all for all services. Please bring your own Tallis and Yarmulka, they will not be supplied.

Everyone seated will be separated at least six feet distance.

Attendees are required to maintain social distancing upon entry and exit. Please come 10 minutes early, as it will take time for people to pass through security. Similarly, we will be asking people to leave in an orderly fashion.

As per CDC guidelines, we discourage people over 65 from attending without asking their doctor first. In addition, anyone with health conditions such as diabetes, lung disease, asthma, heart disease, and weakened immune system should not attend. If you have any questions, please consult your doctor before coming. Children under age 12 should remain at home to allow room for adults.

You may not attend if you have any of these conditions:
~ Cough – Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
~ Chills – Repeated shaking with chills
~ Muscle pain
~ Headache
~ Sore throat
~ Loss of taste or smell
~ Diarrhea and fever
~ Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit
~ Known close contact with a person who is lab confirmed to have COVID-19 or in contact with someone being tested for COVID -19 within 14 days from the last exposure.
~ If you have returned from international travel or been in one of the states that requires a self quarantine upon arrival in New York in the last 14 days.