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To safeguard the community and to ensure that those that attend in-person services are safe and comfortable, at daily Minyan, Shabbat, and other services we are following these guidelines:

  • All seats are spaced at least 12 feet apart; families can sit together
  • The sanctuary remains open to the Fayer and Crystal ballrooms
  • To maintain airflow, during every service the doors to the Sukkah garden and to the lobby remain ope

  • To ensure that those who attend in person are COVID and symptom-free and have not been in contact with COVID-positive people, everyone attending in person must fill out the COVID tracking form

  • Anyone attending a Beth El event must wear a mask covering their nose and mouth at all times

Repeated announcements by the clergy and intervention by lay leaders ensure that conversations are minimized and encouraged to be taken outside and at safe distances.

Pictures of our Sanctuary seating arrangements (click the photo to enlarge):


To attend Shabbat and Holiday Services in person, you must fill out the form below or email your information to before 11am on the Friday before the Shabbat Service that you'd like to attend.


Sat, June 19 2021 9 Tammuz 5781