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10:00am [10:00am] Masked Minyan Sign-Up for Shabbat May 15th @10AM

Wanted: Masked-Minyan!!!

The Shul is Open for Shabbat & Shavuot Services!!!
Shabbat: May 15th @10AM
Shavuot Day 1: May 17th @10AM

Yizkor Shavuot Day 2: May 18th @ 10AM


Shavua Tov Everyone!

I'm extremely happy to announce that the "in-person" Shabbat services went very well indoors on Shabbat (4.24) and very well outdoors on Shabbat May 1st (beautiful to be by the lake).
This last Shabbat, May 8th, we did not have a Minyan present; disappointing, but  great to see the folks who were there!
(we were short by a couple of people)
Thanks to all of you who came in person, and to all of you who were with us via our Live-Stream! 

Some of you have let me know to keep you on the list for every Shabbat, thank you!!! 
If we are blessed with 10 of us present (a Minyan), then we will take the Torah out of the Ark, and read from it. There will be 3 Aliyot from where you are seated (not on the Bimah), 3 short sections of the Parashah will be read. We will limit it to 20 individuals for an indoor service in the Sanctuary, and we'll allow for many more individuals if the weather permits us to be outside. We do have a limited supply of disposable masks and gloves, as well as hand-sanitizer. We also have brand new, hand-made, Face Masks which were donated and you may keep (Adult and Children Sizes).
In order for us to do this, we'll use the system we've used before which followed CDC Guidelines.

Here’s How To Attend in Compliance with the CDC:

• Be Healthy (We do have Forehead-Scan Thermometers)

• Wear a Mask

• Maintain the 6ft. spacing in the Sanctuary (unless you are family and/or you live together) 

• It is advised that you bring and use your own Prayer Book and Prayer Shawl (Siddur and Tallit), or you can use your E-Device to access the On-Line Siddur.

 Please Text/Call/Email me and I will add you to the list. If the weather looks like it's going to be decent outside, let's say if it's above 55 degrees and warm sun, then we'll likely move outside for the service to accommodate a larger gathering. I'll keep a close watch on the weather forecasts.

Thank your for patience and support during this crazy time of Covid, it is good to be getting back together (for those who are able to do so). We will, of course, have a Live-Stream to our YouTube SHR CHD channel for those of you who are participating from home.

I am looking forward to seeing you at Shul!!!