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UPDATE TO TEMPLE BETH-EL’S COVID-19 POLICY

AS OF 9 NOVEMBER, 2021

Kabbalot Shabbat (Friday evening Shabbat services) and special events/large meetings will continue VIA ZOOM ONLY 

B’nei Mitzvah with limited attendance, and small meetings may take place at Temple.

If you are a Temple member with an upcoming Bar/Bat Mitzvah, please contact Rabbi Karen Companez – karencompanez@hotmail.com for details of Temple Beth-El’s updated policy concerning this life-cycle event.

For events taking place at Temple, Temple Beth-El’s Covid guidelines require proof of vaccination (provided to Temple Beth-El ahead of time, or shown at the door).

Masks are required for all attending any in-person event at Temple Beth-El.

This policy is in effect until further notice.

Funerals

Funerals will continue to be conducted grave-side only for family only.  Mask-wearing is encouraged.

Whenever possible, an on-line viewing option will be made available.

Please contact Rabbi Karen Companez – karencompanez@hotmail.com to discuss your family’s particular situation, should the need arise.

 

Temple Office  

The Temple office is open from 9am – 4pm, 

Monday through Friday.         

Please be aware that these arrangements may change 

if/when circumstances warrant it.    

Please check back here periodically for updated information.  

As always, Rabbi Companez is available and ready to support 

any Temple member in whatever way she can.    

If you wish to contact her, 

please phone the Temple office on 574-234-4402 

or email her at karencompanez@hotmail.com 

We wish everyone continued safety and good health.

Board of Trustees, Temple Beth-El 

 

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