Here are some important instructions and reminders:
For those attending services in person
- Masking will be required everywhere indoors and in the Tent services.
- Remember to bring your tickets! Please have your tickets visible when entering the property.
- Services in the Sanctuary are only for fully vaccinated adults, teens, and children.
- Vaccinated adults, teens, and children under 12 who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated are welcome in the Tent services.
- The following in-person services in the Sanctuary and Tent require tickets for entry:
- Rosh Hashanah Mornings: Tuesday and Wednesday, September 7 and 8
- Kol Nidre: Wednesday, September 15
- Yom Kippur Morning: Thursday, September 16
- Yizkor / Ne’ilah: Thursday, September 16
- If you have not yet received your tickets, email Seth Young.
- For street parking, please print out the parking sign and display it on your dashboard. PLEASE be considerate of our neighbors when parking (lawns, driveways, etc.). This sign WILL NOT prevent you from receiving a ticket if you are blocking a driveway, park in front of a fire hydrant or where there is a NO PARKING sign.
- Unlike in previous years, you will not be able to move between the Sanctuary and the Tent during services, and those in the Tent will not be able to access the building. (There will be portable facilities outside.)
- Since we anticipate we will not be at full capacity in the Sanctuary and the Tent, we encourage family cohorts/pods to sit together and leave empty seats between them and others. Ushers will help with this.
- Please do not congregate between services in the hallways or other inside common areas, or in the Tent.
- You’ll need to be prepared for any weather, so dress accordingly.
- The water fountains in the building have been turned off for safety reasons, so bring your own water bottle, that you can drink outdoors.
- See Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).