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Please note: If you are fully vaccinated, you are no longer required to wear a mask anywhere in our building.  Of course, if you are more comfortable in a mask, please feel free to continue to wear one. For those who are not yet vaccinated, masks remain mandatory in our building at any time.
We continue to require full vaccination to attend all indoor Daily Minyan and Shabbat services (attestations at the door). Unvaccinated individuals are welcome to participate via livestream and/or attend outdoor services such as outdoor Shabbat Alive or, if age-appropriate, outdoor children’s services or Tot Shabbat.

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Strengthening Our Evening Minyan: A Personal Ask for One Hour Of Your Time
As we are coming out of the pandemic, our evening minyan needs some tender loving care. We want to ask you for something that will take one hour (plus driving time) over the entire year—and it will literally make all the difference in the world for our shul. We want to ask each member of our community to come to evening minyan three evenings over the course of the year, once every four months. Evening minyan is about 20 minutes. 
Please sign up for one service. Your gift of twenty minutes (plus driving) will enable our evening service to thrive.

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