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For the health and welfare of our community:

  • Stay home if you are sick or have cold symptoms
  • Everyone is urged to stay up to date on vaccinations
  • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly
  • Masks are encouraged
            Anyone who is coughing or sneezing is required to wear a mask (due to allergies or lingering cough              from a cold)

Announcement of Change in Covid Policies (Effective August 7)

Policy for Congregants and Visitors 

At this time, we have lifted all remaining Covid-19 related requirements for members and visitors. In lifting these requirements, we are in line with the federal and state governments’ announcements that the Covid public health emergency has officially ended.   

TBE will continue to strongly encourage robust public health measures such as vaccination, hand-washing, masking and staying home when sick. 

Employee Policy  

Employees will continue to be required to be vaccinated against Covid in keeping with the policy passed by the Board in June 2021 that “all Temple Beth El employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.”  

TBE policy may be revised as circumstances, disease transmission, public health guidelines or community sentiment change.  

Thank you to all our members and visitors who have graciously complied with our policies and provided feedback about how to move forward. We look forward to continued celebration and Jewish practice together.   

Sun, April 21 2024 13 Nisan 5784