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High Holiday Schedule and RSVP

  • Due to CDC and State COVID-19 guidelines, High Holiday Services must be limited to a maximum number of participants, observing social-distancing and wearing face masks.

    For this reason, we have decided to break up our Service into several shorter Services, which allows as many guests as possible to participate and hear the Shofar.

    To help us plan accordingly, and for the safety of all, we ask that you RSVP in advance to let us know when we can expect to see you at our High Holiday Services.

     NOTE :

    *All Services will be held outdoors under an open tent. In the case of rain or inclement weather, we will shorten the duration of each service and/or notify you of any change of plans.

    *We strongly encourage everyone at least to hear the Shofar on Rosh Hashanah in person, at a live Shofar blowing Service.

    *We strongly discourage you from joining a Service if you are experiencing any symptoms, have had close contact with someone diagnosed as COVID-19 positive, or have been advised to quarantine.

    *All participants are expected to wear face coverings and respect the 6 ft. separation protocol. Members of the same family are allowed to sit together in close proximity to each other.

    *Indoor restrooms will be available. We urge you to refrain from using them if possible. Please wipe down all surfaces with disinfectant wipes after each restroom use.

    *We will have facemasks, sanitizers, disinfectant wipes, plastic gloves, and a hand washing station available at all our Services for your optional use.

  • Please fill out this form to let us know you're coming.

  • Please select one or more options from the list of Services below.

  • Rosh Hashana

  • We understand that some among us are isolating at home due to age and other vulnerabilities to the virus. We are arranging for opportunities to hear the Shofar, live, in wide-open, outdoor, public locations.

  • Yom Kippur

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