UPDATE TO TEMPLE BETH-EL’S COVID-19 POLICY
AS OF AUGUST 12, 2022
Kabbalot Shabbat (Friday evening Shabbat services) and special events/large meetings may be held via Zoom and in the building under the following conditions:
The wearing of masks is strongly encouraged while in the Temple building.
Maximum attendance in the sanctuary is 100 people.
Social distancing is recommended.
The policy for the wearing of masks for High Holiday services will be determined on September 12, 2022.
Please check back here for updated information.
There will be no Onegei Shabbat (refreshments) following Kabbalot Shabbat, and nor will any food be provided at Temple over the High Holidays.
Food may be brought into the building for small group meetings.
In keeping with the CDC guidelines, it is recommended (not required) that members over the age of 50 have a second booster, currently available.
In-Sanctuary services will be held most weeks, beginning September 9, and will also be available on Zoom.
Please do not come to Temple if you are ill, and please be considerate of other people when making decisions regarding mask-wearing. Thank you.
This Policy is in effect until further notice
Please contact Rabbi Karen Companez – firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your family’s particular situation, should the need arise.
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 email@example.com.
We wish everyone continued safety and good health.
Board of Trustees, Temple Beth-El