We are excited to welcome you back to in-person Shabbat morning services! Please read below for important information about the registration process.
Registration for Shabbat morning services will begin the Monday morning prior, and it will close at 8 pm on the Wednesday evening prior. If you receive a spot, you will be notified via email by 2 pm on Thursday. Those who do not receive a spot will receive priority for the following Saturday's Shabbat service. Registration for services will become available one week at a time. You can not register in advance for services happening more than a week out. No individual may attend who has not registered and received confirmation that they have received a spot. Registration alone is not a guarantee of admittance. Spaces are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.
At this time, we can accommodate up to 24 "pods" of up to four people at Shabbat services. A pod can be: a single individual, a family, or a group of people with whom you reside or regularly meet. Those who are vaccinated* may also choose to sit with other vaccinated pods. In all cases, only one person should register for the whole pod. We highly recommend that all members get fully vaccinated as soon as possible so as to limit in-person exposure as much as possible.
Please do not attend if any of the following are true:
You are sick
You have felt sick in the past two weeks
You have been in close proximity with someone with COVID-19 symptoms and/or someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past two weeks and is not yet fully vaccinated
You are caring for a family member or living with someone who has currently contracted COVID-19 or displaying symptoms thereof
You have been asked to self-isolate
If you have any questions or need assistance filling out this form, please contact Jackie Nix (email@example.com; 404.603.5743).
*To be fully vaccinated means you have received ALL doses of the vaccine AND have waited two weeks for the vaccine to take effect. (If the vaccine you received requires two doses, you aren't considered fully vaccinated until two weeks after the second dose.)