At this time, services will start at 10:30am and will only include the Torah service. View this short video , see this poster or visit our FAQ page to learn what to expect when attending services in person. All attendees must pre-register to attend. Registration is limited to 50 people. To give everyone in our community a chance to attend services in person, please only sign up for one service in a month. If there are still spaces available by the Wednesday morning before Shabbat, you may sign up for services that week, even if you’ve already attended that month. Visit our calendar to register.
- Entrance will be through the main doors on 35th Ave. NE.
- All participants must wear a mask covering their nose and mouth for the entire duration of the service, including service leaders/Torah readers/etc. Masks will be available for those who need one.
- Participants will maintain physical distance (6 feet) from each other (with the exception of those who live in the same household) at all times.
- Only the service leader/Torah reader/Haftarah reader will be permitted to sing; participants are encouraged to recite, read, mumble, meditate, whisper, listen, and hum.
Interested in leading services or reading Torah or Haftarah? Please contact our Rabbi’s Assistant.
King County is now in Phase 2 of Governor Inslee’s plan, which means that we are allowed to resume indoor services at reduced capacity. Our commitment to the mitzvah of pikuach nefesh, preserving life, moved us to close when we did, and will continue to guide us as we begin to gather in person again. Our COVID-19 Committee has established policies and procedures to ensure that we can gather in a safe and organized way, following guidance from our governor, Public Health- Seattle and King County, and best practices from other Jewish communities.