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Registration : In-Person Services

There will be limited capacity at all on-site services with 6-foot physical distance seating between family units.
There will be 50 congregants allowed on Friday nights (not including clergy), and families are allowed 50 guests
for B’nai Mitzvah services on Saturday mornings. On select Saturday mornings where there are no B'nai Mitzvah
scheduled, 50 congregants will be allowed to attend. Currently, the balcony is closed and not accessible to attendees.

 

In-Person Attendance Protocols

Your decision to attend services in-person or virtually is a personal one. Congregants who are “at-risk” according to health guidelines, have chronic medical conditions, or are uncomfortable attending indoor gatherings are advised to consult their physician before making a decision to attend services in-person. Should you decide you would like to attend services in-
person, you must:

 

  1.   Pre-register;
  2.   sign and return a waiver (including on behalf of any minors), a copy of which will be sent to you after receiving
    your 
    attendance request;
  3.   refrain from kissing mezuzot, prayer books, or other ritual items;
  4.   pass an on-site health screening check, including a temperature check;
  5.   wear a mask over your nose and mouth at all times (except for those 2-years old or younger);
  6.   provide your own kippah or head-covering and, as applicable, your own tallit;
  7.   sit and visit with only your family members in designated seats;
  8.   maintain social distancing;
  9.   follow all directional signage and directions of lay leaders and synagogue personnel;
  10. speak and sing in a quiet, indoor voice;
  11. leave your seats only to go to a designated restroom; and
  12. refrain from visiting with others or lingering in the synagogue or on its grounds.


♦ Synagogue doors will open 15-minutes prior to the start of services.

♦ Sadly, no kiddush or food services will be provided or permitted in Temple Israel.

♦ If you are not feeling like your usual self or are experiencing chills, cough, difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or
body aches, headaches, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or a runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea,
please do not come to the synagogue or attend services under any circumstances, even if you have pre-registered.

♦ Please call the office if you are unable to attend services for which you have pre-registered.  Doing so will afford the opportunity to attend for someone else from your congregational family.

 

If you would like to register for in-person services (Select dates only, at this time) please complete the form located on the
calendar page of the service you wish to attend. CALENDAR page.

 

►  To view Temple Israel's General Re-Opening Protocols (October 2020), please click here.

Fri, May 7 2021 25 Iyyar 5781