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We are thrilled for the upcoming Days of Awe! Whether joining us virtually or in-person, our High Holy Day offerings will be moving and meaningful. Please be sure to read through our High Holy Day health and safety protocols found below and click HERE to be directed to our main High Holy Day page.Feel free to also visit our FAQ Page found HERE.

High Holy Day Health & Safety Protocols Updated 9/10

For Kol Nedrei & Yom Kippur.

The health and safety of our congregation and community remain our top priority as we navigate through the pandemic. It is for this reason that only vaccinated members and guests will be permitted to gather in person for Kol Nidrei and Yom Kippur. In addition to showing a vaccination card, we are also requiring adults and children ages 2 and older to wear a face mask.

Vaccinated individuals ages 12 and older will be permitted inside the building for adult programming with a vaccination card. Children under 12 years old and their vaccinated family members are invited to join us for our Outdoor Services (anyone 12 and older will be required to show their vaccination cards).

For Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah

For Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah, we will follow our health and safety protocols used for Shabbat Services.

This will include: requiring anyone ages 2 and older to wear a face mask and keeping a minimum social distance of six feet from others. Additionally, we are limiting capacity for our Services and programs and requiring online registration for our Sukkot Dinner and Pre-Simchat Torah Dinner.

Furthermore, we kindly request that if you or anyone in your household is experiencing symptoms of any kind, please stay home and stream our Services virtually. 

Our Shul doors are open! We are thrilled to invite you to pray, learn and grow with us B'yachad, together, during in-person Services and programs. Registration for Services will no longer be required - simply come as you are.

Our face mask and social distancing protocols will remain in effect for the health and safety of our Kehillah. Please click here for more information.

Please note, we have a separate protocol for our Kol Nirdrei and Yom Kippur Services and programs that you can find by clicking HERE.

We will continue the use of our online streaming options including our BA Livestream Page, Facebook Live and Zoom for individuals wishing to participate in our programs and Services virtually. 


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B’nai Amoona continues to connect Jews with Judaism. We enhance and enrich what already exists by creating a vibrant and progressive Conservative Jewish atmosphere focusing on prayer, spirituality, learning, inspiration, inclusion, celebration, warmth, friendliness, comfort, Israel, support, and relevance.

Fri, September 17 2021 11 Tishrei 5782