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Parsha Shiur Yom HaZikaron/Yom ha'Atzmaut|
Wednesday May 4, 7:15

Please join us for our annual Yom Hazikaron tekes (ceremony) followed by festive davening for Yom Ha’atzmaut.  We will use the beautiful Machzorim that were acquired two years ago and that we have not been able to use in person due to COVID.
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Parsha Shiur
Tuesday evenings, 8:00 PM

Please join us for a  weekly parsha shiur meeting at 8:00pm on Tuesday evenings.  I hope that you will join us.
Zoom info is as follows:
Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84649889737?pwd=RFp0LzgxaFdoMkZINUJ6cVNVOGNMUT09
Meeting ID: 846 4988 9737
Passcode: LDL1hd

Rosh Chodesh Group
Join Janice Michaelis in a study over the next several months of the Women of Eshet Chayil.  There is a midrash in Midrash ha-Gadol which assigns each verse to a righteous woman in the Tanah.  Some like Sarah, Rivkah, Leah and Rahel are all familiar. Others like Baya, the Widow of Tzarephath, Hatzlelponi and Serach may not be.  Our study will be focus on these “hidden women” the ones that we really know very little about.

 

shul reopening guidelines -updateD March 3, 2022

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Friends
Baruch Hashem the COVID numbers continue to fall.  Our COVID committee has determined it safe to return indoors for davening with the enhanced precautions previously discussed.  This includes:
  • Masks are optional for all those who are fully vaccinated.
  • We will continue to require masks for everyone who is downstairs, as there are still a number of children who are not eligible for vaccinations.
  • We will continue to keep the windows and sliding doors open and to run our air filters.
  • We will carry the Torah around the sanctuary on the men's and women's sides
  • Children are welcome and encouraged to come.   There will be groups.
  • We will resume kidush outside on the deck.  The full guidelines are available HERE

 
In addition to the guidelines outlined above, the board has invested in HEPA air purifiers for the main sanctuary, capable of meeting the CDC guidelines of 4-6 air changes per hour, and MERV 14 rated filters for our existing HVAC system. All doors and windows in the sanctuary will remain open during davening to allow those outdoors to participate and to improve air flow. 
 

With continued tefilah for everyone's health and safety and with great anticipation of seeing everyone in shul on Shabbos

 

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Wed, May 18 2022 17 Iyyar 5782