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Beth Meyer Synagogue Usher Committee

Shabbat Morning Ushers

Thank you for signing up to welcome people to Beth Meyer’s weekly Shabbat services. Your smiling faces, greetings and assistance as people arrive helps make Beth Meyer a friendly and welcoming place.

Here are the responsibilities of the Ushers/Greeters:

IF YOUR RESPONSIBILITY IS TO OPEN THE FRONT DOOR, PLEASE ARRIVE BY 9:00AM IN ORDER TO BE SURE SOMEONE OTHER THAN THE CSS PEOPLE ARE AVAILABLE TO OPEN THE FRONT DOORS AS WORSHIPPERS ARRIVE.

IF YOUR RESPONSIBILITY IS AS AN USHER/GREETER, PLEASE ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 9:15AM TO GREET THE FIRST WORSHIPPERS.

  1. Offer synagogue bulletin, a bar mitzvah program, a siddur, if needed, and the current prayer book page number, and kippot/tallit. All men should wear a kippah. Only Jewish men should wear a tallit. Both are optional for women (although any woman who will be going up on the bimah for an honor must wear a head-covering).

  2. Act as an escort to seat guests if sanctuary seems full.

  3. Please let guests with coats know that the coatroom is located around the corner from the Judaica shop, just across from the main office.

  4. Request that cellphones be turned off and no photography or use of any electronic devices (except for the impaired)! Phones may be set to vibrate if necessary, but they should not be answered until exited from the building.

  5. Intervene if a child is being disruptive or is playing in a way that is not acceptable on Shabbat.* Inform guests that child care is available in the Satisky building.

  6. Intervene if an adult is acting in a manner unacceptable for Shabbat. 

  7. Be aware of security or safety problems that may arise and act accordingly by seeking out a member of the CSS security staff on site.

  8. Help to keep kids from getting to the head of the adult buffet line at Kiddush by asking all kids to be accompanied by a parent.

  9. Reminders: NO GUM CHEWING, NO PHOT0GRAPHY, NO VIDEO, etc!!

  10. You may sit on the benches in the lobby, or bring a chair from the Social Hall to sit on, if you need to sit down during quiet periods (you don’t need to stand the entire time).

  11. No entry or exit from sanctuary through lobby doors during the following times: Ark is open, people are standing, Torah is out, someone is reading Torah/Haftorah.

Other useful information

-Tags for ushers are located in basket inside right-hand side of cabinet.

-*To discipline kids that are making noise. If they are loud, it is OK to say something. They should be asked to leave sanctuary or refrain from whatever they are playing. If they are in the lobby area they should be sent back to the sanctuary to sit with their parents.

- If they are coloring, writing, playing electronic games (quietly), let rabbi know after services so parents can be properly educated.

Childcare for 18mos – 1st grade is now on the lower level in the main building.

Baby Changing tables are located in the women's restroom in Main Building, and both restrooms on first floor of Satisky Building.

In the event that you are unable to usher on your assigned date/s, please contact Ellen Adelman  directly so I can find a substitute. Thank you for volunteering to be an usher at Shabbat morning services.

Location: Beth Meyer Synagogue

Created by:   Ellen Adelman
 
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Date (mm/dd/yyyy EST) Available Slot
10/05/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 
Sara Schweiger

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
Diana Friedman
10/12/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
Diana Friedman
10/19/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 
Beth Rossen

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
Sara Schweiger
10/26/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
Diana Friedman
11/30/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
12/07/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 
Roberta Blumberg

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
12/14/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 
Ilena Ryzoff

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
12/21/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 
Beth Rossen

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
Ilena Ryzoff
12/28/2019
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
01/04/2020
(Sat. 9:00am - 11:30am)

Shabbat Usher

Traditional greeter at main sanctuary doors

 

Open Front Doors

Now that front doors are locked, need 1 person to open front door as worshippers arrive

 
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