THIS RSVP FORM IS ONLY FOR THE TEMPLE SHALOM SHABBAT SERVICES AT FAITHBRIDGE CHURCH. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE WEEKLY SHABBAT SERVICE AT TEMPLE SHALOM REGISTRATION, PLEASE CLICK HERE.
Temple Shalom is currently welcoming congregants from Shir Tikvah, a Reform congregation in Frisco that recently decided to cease operations, into our temple family. The congregation had been meeting monthly at Faithbridge Presbyterian Church in Frisco (faithbridgechurch.org). We are excited to be extended the opportunity to continue that monthly offering this year at the church and have Rabbi Heidi Coretz lead worship services at that northern location. Rabbi Coretz is currently the Hillel Director at SMU and had been the Rabbi at Shir Tikvah.
A registration process has been created that ensures we can gather safely and joyfully. Seating capacity is limited to 100 people. If you are coming for a Shabbat Service, please fill out the Advance Reservation Form at the bottom of this page, no later than Thursday at 5:00pm. Our covenant, or brit, for participation, is explained below and expresses our commitment to maintaining a safe environment for everyone, whether at Temple Shalom or at Faithbridge Presbyterian Church. ONE FORM MAY BE FILLED OUT FOR EACH FAMILY UNIT ATTENDING. ONE FAMILY PER FORM, PLEASE.
Please arrive no later than 6:10pm on Friday evening so that we have time to check in everyone. Thank you for your cooperation. Faithbridge located at 10930 College Parkway, Frisco TX 75035.
By submitting the reservation form, everyone on the form agrees to follow our brit, our measures for attendance, including full vaccination, and good health status. If anyone is in a vulnerable category for susceptibility to Covid, or unable to be vaccinated, please join our activities and worship online.
Please remain at home if experiencing a fever, cough, or any symptoms associated with a Covid-19 infection, or if anyone in your party has been exposed to the virus.
Please observe the following in support of our community’s health and safety, with love and concern, and in accordance with the Jewish directive to care for others:
- Everyone, age 2 and older, is required to wear masks indoors and outdoors for the entire service or event. Masks must be worn appropriately over the nose and mouth. Please note that clergy may remove their masks during services.
- Seating will be spaced out, and arranged for social distancing, as indicated in the Church (e.g., 2-3 seats apart, rows left empty). Family groups may sit together.
- The back doors to the Church will remain open during services.
- Please observe social distancing, in entering and exiting, before, and following, services. When exiting, exit the building to greet and gather with friends. Please be respectful of physical distancing, spacing, when speaking with others, indoors or outside.
- Please abide by instructions given by ushers/staff.
There will be no shared meal, kiddush or oneg indoors at this time.
Thank you for upholding our shared values of care and concern, and for respecting our highest value – the preservation of life – pikuach nefesh.
Questions? Contact Clergy Assistant Halley Gottlieb at (972) 661-1810 ext. 201.
Should you be diagnosed with Covid-19 within 14 days after you attend this Shabbat Service, contact Halley Gottlieb immediately so we may begin contact tracing.