In order to be fully inclusive of all who wish to participate, our worship services are held both in the sanctuary and on Zoom.
Updated COVID protocols for worship: We welcome people who are fully vaccinated to participate in the sanctuary. Masks and social distancing are required. Responsive reading and singing are OK. For family services, children’s services, and outdoor events only, we welcome vaccinated individuals and unvaccinated children who are not yet eligible for vaccination (under 12). To see our full COVID protocols, click here.
We trust our fellow congregants to be responsible when attending services and to be fully vaccinated and to wear a mask. Nonetheless, we request proof of vaccination in order to reassure congregants who want to attend but may be immune-compromised or especially vulnerable. With this policy, and by continuing to provide Zoom access to services, we can be the most welcoming to all.
Links for Zoom participation for each Shabbat can be found in the Upcoming Events page of this website.
To attend services in the sanctuary, please register in advance for the dates you wish to attend. Links to register are above and below.
If there are limitations in the number of participants in the sanctuary, priority will be given to people observing shloshim (30 days after the death of a loved one); saying kaddish (within the year of mourning for a parent, spouse, sibling or child); observing a yahrzeit; and attending as family or guests of a bar or bat mitzvah student. If you arrive without registering, we may ask you to wait until all registered worshippers are seated.
Use the link below to get to the reservation form for the service you wish to attend. Shabbat reservations must be made by Noon on Thursday of each week. Your sanctuary reservation will be confirmed on Friday. If you cannot make the online reservation on your own, you may call the office at 908-722-0674, ext. 312 and ask to have one made for you.
We look forward to worshipping together again in our sanctuary.