We look forward to welcoming everyone back for services!

We are currently holding the following minyan services, weekly:

  • Sunday morning 9:00 a.m.
  • Tuesday morning 7:15 a.m.
  • Wednesday evening 7:30 p.m.
  • We will gather for Kabbalat Shabbat services starting Friday, June 18.
  • We will gather for Saturday morning Shabbat services starting June 26.

In order to accommodate those who for various reasons will not yet participate in person, we will continue to offer a way to experience the in-person services virtually.

We have developed a reopening plan that will first and foremost protect the health and safety of our members, while encouraging inclusivity, accessibility, and community. We will be continuously expanding the schedule of in-person services and programs as conditions allow.

Now that in large measure we are able to gather again, we will return to the Jewish legal and spiritual ideal of an in-person minyan of ten people. It is in the presence of others that we can sing together and most powerfully share in each other’s joy and support each other through difficulty. We will welcome participation via Zoom as we continue the process of fully returning.

***In light of the current upswing in COVID cases due to the Delta variant the parts of the service that require a minyan, such as mourners kaddish, will be said if 10 are present and this total can be comprised of both those online as well as those in person.

Thank you for supporting our daily minyanim.

Guidelines for Re-Opening

Our goal is to create an environment for in-person worship and gatherings in the safest, most inclusive fashion possible. We anticipate iterations of these guidelines as we learn from our experience during this transition, and as we become comfortable being together again. So much depends on where our community and the world are as we open up. As we have learned, we must be ready to pivot and adjust as needed.