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Revised Covid-19 Guidelines, June 2022

Vaccination Requirement: For the safety of everyone present, Beth Israel requires that everyone who attends services in person be fully vaccinated. Please be prepared to show proof of vaccination.

Masking: Due to the current uptick in Covid cases in the local area, we are again requiring that masks be worn in the building during services and programming.

Beth Israel's June calendar is especially busy. On several Shabbatot, we anticipate large numbers of people in the Sanctuary and Social Hall. Since the health and safety of our congregants is of the utmost importance, it is especially important to be masked when we gather together. Masks may be removed during the Kiddush only when seated and eating. 

Please monitor your health: If you are not feeling well, please do not attend services in-person. If you test positive for Covid-19 within days after having attended an in-person service, please notify the synagogue office so that we are able to notify those present.

Welcome to Beth Israel Congregation  

Beth Israel is the synagogue where everyone knows your name, and we are always glad you’re here. We welcome all who seek to join us in friendship.

By balancing Jewish traditions with modern innovation, we’ve built a community through ritual observance, lifelong learning, and acts of loving kindness.

•    Beth Israel offers a variety of inclusive ritual services, for all ages to meet the needs of our community members wherever they are.

•    Beth Israel connects with the larger community through social action/tikkun olam programs that seek to promote equity and make the world a better place.

•    Beth Israel cares for congregants through our unique Shleimut program. Composed of our clergy, social worker, nurse, and legal assistance team, Shleimut meets the spiritual, emotional and practical needs of members.

We have a place for you—and your family. Join our community. Grow spiritually. Nourish your soul. Learn and share with us.

Daily Minyan, Shabbat Services and Programming

Shabbat Morning Services now take place in person each Saturday at 9:30 am as well as online via Zoom. Weekday minyanim take place on Zoom at 8:00 am (M-F) and 5:40 pm (M-Th). Sunday morning minyan meets on Zoom at 9:00 am. Friday evening services take place at 6:00 pm on Zoom. 

All committee meetings and classes are taking place on Zoom unless otherwise indicated.

Masks are required in our building in public spaces as of May 20, 2022.

Please refer to our calendar for information about specific events.

Today's Calendar

Shacharit
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