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We Are Open for Shabbat Morning Services!

The Rabbis teach that, if we have not seen a friend in a year, when we reunite we bless the moment with “Mechayeh haMetim, Praised are You, God, who gives life to the departed!”
 
The pandemic has left us with a mix of wounds and blessings. For many of us, we have had more time with our families or a smaller group of individuals, and this has offered certain gifts. But we have also suffered the traumas of isolation and the lack of physical presence with our broader community. Coming back together is certainly worthy of this special blessing. 
 
We have a Medical Advisory Team made up of Mishkonians who are medical professionals to help us interpret and apply the regularly shifting Public Health guidelines to our community. Because vaccination rates are high in our community and because infections have dropped precipitously, we are confident that we safely and compliantly reopened Shabbat morning, June 19. 

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If any guidelines change that will affect our plan before our reopening date, we will email the community.
 
Informed by the CDC, our team has advised us that we are safer because of three factors:

               - Full vaccination
               - Good ventilation
               - Social distancing


As a result, we will be able to accommodate all our members and guests who want to attend services. 
 
Masks are required indoors. 
 
We have a traditional Torah service.

 
Because we are not yet sharing a kiddush lunch together on our premises, from time to time Rabbi Katzan will lead those who are able to and interested in joining him at the beach for an informal time to reconnect, eat the food you’ve brought with you, and enjoy rediscovering what it is to be with one another after so much time apart. 

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It is time to come home, and we can’t wait to welcome you back! Please feel free to reach out to Cindy or Rabbi Katzan with questions.
 
 
      Rabbi Joshua Katzan                                                                               President Cindy Goldstein

Tue, September 28 2021 22 Tishrei 5782