Beth Shalom Congregation
Shabbat Services on Friday, January 14 and Saturday, January 15.
Services are led by Cantor Apt. We have a visiting Rabbinical Candidate, Raysh Weiss who will lead services on Friday and Saturday. For Saturday services, please keep scrolling until you reach Saturday registration.
Everyone is welcome to attend! See the FAQs for more information.
Advanced registration is required for all attendees. Upon arrival, a greeter will check you in. If you need any special accommodations, please e-mail the synagogue office at [email protected].
See the FAQs about requesting an aliyah, an El Malei memorial prayer for a loved one, or to register a student to lead a closing prayer.
Siddurim/prayerbooks will be available on your seat.
We firmly believe that it is our ethical and religious obligation to become vaccinated as soon as eligible. We are committed to providing safe and comfortable options for the inclusion and participation of all members of our congregational community, whose situations and comfort levels may vary. Therefore, all those aged 12 and older eligible to be vaccinated must be fully vaccinated to attend programs and services at Beth Shalom and masks must be worn by everyone from ages two and up.
Services will also continue to be accessible on Zoom and Livestream for those who prefer to join virtually. You do not need to register for virtual services. Links are available at www.beth-shalom.net.
IMPORTANT REQUIREMENTS FOR ATTENDANCE AT IN-PERSON SHABBAT:
- REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED: You will be asked if you agree to the below requirements when you register.
- Contact information is required so Beth Shalom can readily contact attendees.
- Masks are required inside of the building for everyone ages 2 and older.
- All those 12 and older eligible to be vaccinated must be fully vaccinated in order to be in-person at Beth Shalom.
- Any minor who is not yet fully vaccinated or are ineligible to be vaccinated must remain with a parent/guardian in any part of the building or outdoors without an adult.
- No eating will be permitted at this time in the building except for b'nai mitzvah kiddushes. During kiddush you may remove your mask for eating and drinking only while seated in designated kiddush seating.
- I/We understand that by attending Shabbat Services inside Beth Shalom Congregation, I am/we are assuming the risk of exposure to the coronavirus.
- I/We agree not to attend the service if:
- I am/we are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Fever (100.4 F/37.8 C or greater as measured by thermometer)
- shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- loss of taste or smell
- nausea, diarrhea, or vomiting
- I/we, or anyone I/we live with, have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days and/or exhibited any of the above symptoms.
|| Jessica Schultz