Live Streaming Information for Yom Kippur services was emailed to members on Sunday. A reminder blast was sent out on Wednesday. Services held inside the Sanctuary will be live streamed.
Covid-19 Precautions: This year’s indoor High Holy Day Services are open only to Temple Shalom members or their immediate family (parents, grandparents, adult children & grandchildren with the purchase of a $180 guest ticket per person per holy day) or to college students with college ID or to individuals submitting reciprocal requests from a Reform Jewish congregation.
Family services, held outdoors, are open to the community. RSVPs are required. Masks must be worn inside the synagogue and outside on Temple grounds for everyone, age 2 and older.
Amended Mask Policy 8/15/2021: Attendance at services inside the building requires being fully vaccinated. Everyone, age 2 and older, is required to wear a properly fitting mask covering the nose and mouth while inside the synagogue and outside on Temple grounds.
Registering for IN-PERSON Services:
- Temple Shalom Members, ages 12+, must register to attend any in-person High Holy Day Service.
- (The deadline for Child Care registration has passed, so families with children 1-11 years old who did not sign up may worship together online.)
- Guests, (as specified in the High Holy Days booklet–$180/person per holy day) must be prepared to show proof of vaccination upon entering the building.
- Non-members may attend outside Family Services only.
- Everyone is expected to wear a properly fitting mask both inside the synagogue and outside on Temple grounds as well as to socially distance.
REGISTRATION FOR IN-PERSON YOM KIPPUR SERVICES IS NOW CLOSED.
TEMPLE SHALOM MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP ONLINE.
High Holy Days 2021/5782 Brochure, with amended mask policy
Instructions are here, or you may use your phone and upload a short video of your own! Click here to upload a video: https://app.memento.com/-l-shana-tovah-temple-shalom-/fdJCg59Q6/record
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