Dear Beth Jacob Congregants –
With cautious optimism and anticipation, the Board of Directors at Beth Jacob Congregation has decided to reopen for Shabbat services starting on Saturday, June 20, 2020. Although this is the “until further notice” update we have all eagerly awaited, please know that it comes with many well thought-out considerations. These considerations are to ensure you, our beloved congregants, can come to Shul and prayer, secure in the knowledge that all has been done to ensure your safety, health, and comfort during the ongoing COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. As diligently as the Board has worked to develop the below guidelines, is the same level of diligence the Board requests and insists upon for congregant adherence to them. Please note the following, and your complete cooperation is appreciated and expected:
By following the above religiously, we will all be upholding one of the greatest religious beliefs of Judaism, that of the preservation of life . . . so, l’chaim!
We so look forward to seeing you and praying together again on Saturday, June 20, 2020 with services commencing at 9:30 a.m. Meantime, may you and yours stay healthy and be safe, amen!
Zay gesundt, and good Shabbos!
Beth Jacob Congregation Board of Directors
Your are invited to enjoy Jewish services with a small, hamish congregation.
We offer Shabbos, and Yom Tovim services following orthodox halacha, using Artscroll prayer books, all in a Traditional, non-mechitza setting.
Our weekly Shabbat service is held on Saturday mornings at 9:30 AM.
We would love to meet you with you.
Please feel free to join us.