In consultation with Rabbinic and medical experts, we are glad to announce we are preparing to slowly open our Chabad Center, gradually and carefully.

We are confident that everyone will adhere to the guidelines below, and we can relax the restrictions as time progresses. 

If you have your own Talis, Siddur, and Yalmukah  please bring them. 

Please make these necessary procedures EASY and respect the guidelines. It won’t be long before we will get back to regular routine.

What you can expect upon arrival:

  • Sanitizer for hand washing. 
  • Service to begin on time to avoid unnecessary socialization.
  • Disinfected chairs placed 6 feet apart from one another.
  • ALL CONGREGANTS ARE RECOMMENDED TO WEAR FACE MASKS.
  • No physical contact with one another. 

When you may NOT attend

  • If you have the slightest flu-like symptoms to include fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, chills, loss of taste or smell.
  • If you have been exposed to someone testing positive to the Covid virus within 14 days.
  • If you are a child under the age of Bar and Bat mitzvah.

We highly recommend if you have any underlying health issues you should pray at home. 

Though this is far from getting back to normal, we are thrilled that we will once again be able to see each other and Pray together in some capacity!

Thank you for your patience and understanding in these unique times. Remember, that even if you can't come to Shul and are praying alone, G‑d is still very present in are homes. We are confident that He hears our prayers and will grant complete healing to all who need. Wishing you all a great week.

Sincerely,

Rabbi Levi & Tzivie Ezagui