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Beth Jacob In-Person Tefillot Policies & Signup

Dear Members, we are excited for the gradual and safe return to in-person Tefillot at Beth Jacob. Please see our Tefillot Policies below and check this page often as it will be updated with new policies and procedures as conditions warrant. 

 

Per the latest government regulations, all Beth Jacob Minyanim will take place outdoors.

 

Please Click the link to the right after reading the Tefilla Protocols.

Beth Jacob Tefilla Protocols.

Facemasks must be worn at all times.

All congregants must, as applicable, bring his or her own siddur, chumash and tallit.

No one who has COVID-19 symptoms, has tested positive without 2 subsequent negative tests, or who has been in contact with someone with Covid-19 in the last 14 days may attend.

Temperatures will be taken as a precondition to entering either Jacob’s Garden or main shul.

All those who come to daven must maintain strict social distancing at all times when on campus. This means that there must be six feet between all members during tefilla, in the hallways and when entering and exiting.

Markers or tape will be placed at all entrances to ensure those waiting to enter are standing at least six feet apart.

Entrance to a minyan is conditioned on having registered in advance.

All bathrooms will be monitored full-time by a custodian and sanitized between every use.

Door handles will be regularly sanitized.

Each minyan will be staffed by a member of the clergy not including the Chazzan.

At this time, children who cannot sit with a parent or guardian for the duration of the Tefilla may not attend Beth Jacob services.

All decisions involving whether and when to remove a person from the premises and/or prohibit a person from entering the grounds shall be made by the Rabbi and President (and/or their designates) in consultation with the head of security. Anyone davening at Beth Jacob must commit to following the instructions of any Beth Jacob monitor or designee.

Click here to sign up for Weekday Tefillot from September 13

 

Click here to sign up for Rosh Hashana Evening Tefillot

 

 

Registration for Spark 2.0, our weekly Parent-Child Tefilla for parents and kids ages 7-12 will be available following Rosh Hashana

Shabbat starts Friday: 6:37PM
Shabbat ends Sunday: 7:34PM
Fri, September 18 2020 29 Elul 5780