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COVID-19 Protocols - Effective December 1, 2021

The health of our membership and the community remains our top priority.  In order to ensure as safe an environment as possible, the following policy has been adopted for anyone entering Beth Ora’s premises:

  • Those 12 years old and over must show a valid vaccine passport, or for non-QC residents, a similar proof of vaccination from their place of residence. On Shabbat and holidays, we request that individuals show a paper print-out of their proof of vaccination.
  • Unvaccinated children must always remain with a responsible adult.  We ask that unvaccinated children are always accompanied by an ADULT AND be seated in the upstairs balcony when present in synagogue services. 
  • Those without valid documents or who have not been confirmed as fully vaccinated following the verification of their proof of vaccination by Beth Ora’s staff,  will be denied access to enter the premises. 

Masks are always required while in the building.  Masks must be worn properly – covering the nose and mouth fully.

Hand sanitizing stations are located at the entrances and throughout the building.

Social distance of a minimum of one meter (TWO seats distance in the sanctuary) must be kept between people who do not reside at the same address.

Everyone must bring their own tallit and kippah. Communal tallitot will not be available.

Attendees are asked to remain at their seat for the duration of the service.

The only exception to the above noted protocol are for daily services (services not held on Shabbat) as follows:

  • Services will be held in the daily chapel and will be accessed ONLY by the office entrance.
  • One does not have to show a vaccine passport to gain admittance to these services.
  • Masks and Social Distancing are MANDATORY at all times during all services.

We count on your understanding and cooperation.  Thank you and stay safe.


UPCOMING EVENTS

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  • Thursday ,
    DecDecember  23 , 2021
    Zoom Book Club - Fight Night by Miriam Toews
    Thursday, Dec 23rd 7:30pm to 9:00pm
    Alternating between the exuberant, precocious voice of young Swiv and her irrepressible, tenacious Grandma, Fight Night is a love letter to mothers and grandmothers, and to all the women who are still fighting - painfully, ferociously - for a way to live on their own terms.

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Bat Mitzvah Trip to MADA

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Beth Ora Community Care

Volunteer your time at Beth Ora!

Choose an area of interest and contact Rabbi Knopf

rabbiknopf@bethora.org


This Week's Services

(week of November 28)

Note: Please bring your own Siddurs
Masks are required at all times

A MAXIMUM OF 100 PEOPLE ARE ALLOWED IN THE SANCTUARY

Sunday

Morning: 8:00 AM
Evening: 3:55 PM (in the Hurwitz)

Monday

Morning: 7:10 AM
Evening: 3:55 PM (in the Hurwitz)

Tuesday

Morning: 7:10 AM
Evening: 3:55 PM (in the Hurwitz)

Wednesday

Morning: 7:10 AM
Evening: 3:55 PM (in the Hurwitz)

Thursday

Morning: 7:10 AM
Mincha: 3:55 PM

Friday

Morning: 7:10 AM
Evening: 3:45 PM (in the Hurwitz)

Shabbat

Morning: 8:45 AM (in the Sanctuary)
Evening: 3:50 PM (in the Hurwitz)


This week's Torah portion is Parshat Miketz

Shabbat, Dec 4

Candle Lighting

Friday, Dec 3, 3:53pm

Havdalah

Motzei Shabbat, Dec 4, 5:06pm

Chanukah

Friday, Dec 3
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Fri, December 3 2021 29 Kislev 5782