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Guidelines for in person services

We look forward to seeing you at our in person Shabbat services!  Please check your weekly emails for links to register to attend our in person Friday evening and Shabbat morning services.
Ohev Shalom celebrates the uniqueness of each individual and family and welcomes diversity within our sacred community.

-Shabbat Morning Services now start at 9:45am.

-Masks are required for everyone. Vaccinations are required for everyone except those under 12 years of age.

-Please refrain from congregating in the Gottesman Grand Hall.

-Family units should sit together where indicated.

-Please maintain at least 3 feet social distance.

Additional reminders for Shabbat morning:

-We will only have the Torah reader, Rabbi Perlstein and Cantor Annelise at the amud.

-Anyone coming up for an Aliyah will stay at the top of the ramp to recite blessings, and once they are finished, they will go back to their seats.

-The only people allowed at the Torah table/amud will be, Rabbi Perlstein, Cantor Annelise and the Torah/Haftarah chanter.

-Cantor Annelise will be dressing it from the Torah table prior to the Haftarah and taking it to and from the amud, as well.

-The hafsaka/break before the Torah service- PLEASE maintain a three feet distance with congregants you wish to schmooze. We all have the know with all to do what’s safe for us and those around us

You are invited to join us on zoom and we ask that you do not attend in person if:

*You or anyone in your household has had in the last 72 hours any of the following:  fever (100.4 or above), feel warm, have a sore throat, cough, chills, body aches, loss of smell, diarrhea, or vomiting, or

*You or someone in your household had close unprotected contact with a suspected or known COVID-19 patient?  (Spent longer than 15 minutes within 6 feet of someone who is sick with a fever or cough), or

*Within the past 14 days you or someone in your household has been sick or diagnosed with COVID-19, or you are sharing a residence with anyone who has been sick or diagnosed, or awaiting a COVID-19 test?

To view past Live Streams please visit:

Ohev Shabbat Service Live Stream

Categories Uncategorized | Tags: | Posted on September 19, 2014

7 Comments

  1. by Linda

    On September 26, 2014

    Just a note to let you know I enjoyed the web cast for Rosh Hananah today. Thank you so much for doing this. Shana Tova.

    — Linda

  2. by Orli Avior

    On September 27, 2014

    will you be having your Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur day services on live streaming?

  3. by Dan Paul-Heskins

    On October 19, 2014

    I’m intrigued about the idea of live streaming religious services. How did you work within the “halacha” of electronics on Shabbat or holy days? We are also a Conservative / USCJ synagogue and would like to have some support for the possibility of doing this. Any advice or suggestions would be welcome.

    Many thanks.

  4. by Syra schutzbank

    On September 29, 2017

    from 3000 miles and 3 hr difference before we go to our new temple, thank you for the connectiopn to our wonderful past with you

  5. by Ohev

    On October 9, 2017

    Glad you could watch

  6. by Maxine

    On September 30, 2017

    Thank for live streaming Yom Kippur. I recently moved to another state and was unable to get to a synagogue. Was thrilled to find this webcast from a synagogue that was located close to my former home. You helped me to feel closer to God and my family at home.

  7. by Ohev

    On October 9, 2017

    Glad you could watch

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