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Updated August 31, 2022


To review the latest CDC recommendations please refer to:

High Holy Days Guidelines


There will be mask-only sections in both the Sanctuary and the Tent.

Movement between the two services

If you have to move between the Tent and the Sanctuary services, please avoid creating congestion in the hallways.

Outdoor bathrooms

In addition to indoor bathrooms, there will be outdoor bathrooms to allow those attending the Tent service to remain outside the building, although they are free to use the indoor bathrooms if they choose.

Children’s Programming (K-6)

Masking is optional

Two Yizkor services

Offering one service indoors (in the Sanctuary) and one service outdoors (in the Tent) will allow all to participate as they choose. The Sanctuary service will also be streamed.


We encourage guests to join us this year.

HEPA filters

Bet Torah has installed HEPA filters throughout the building to help mitigate the spread of COVID.


We encourage gathering together and praying as a community within recognized safety parameters. These guidelines are informed by the recommendations of our Medical Advisory Board and are consistent with current public health/CDC recommendations and practices in our community. 


Masking is optional; we continue to provide a mask-only section in all services. (Masks do mitigate transmission of illness, especially tight-fitting masks such as KN-95 and K-95. They offer added protection, especially in indoor spaces, for those who may be immuno-compromised or risk-averse.)

Online access

Anyone with symptoms of illness should not attend in-person services. We offer streaming of all Sanctuary services.

Kulanu Learning Program/Teen Learning Community 

We will respect family choices in terms of masking. Kulanu teachers will NOT be responsible for enforcing parents’ wishes regarding masks, so please have conversations with your children about your expectations.

Nursery School 

Masking is recommended but we will continue to respect the decisions that families are making for their youngest children. Our teachers will be responsible for supporting parents’ decisions about their children’s masking in the classroom.


Vaccination Policy


We strongly urge all eligible individuals to receive the vaccine and all applicable boosters. 

Thank you for your feedback, patience, and support. 


David Simonds,  President

Seth Young, Executive Director

Rabbi Aaron Brusso, Senior Rabbi

Thu, June 1 2023 12 Sivan 5783