Please note that while we are doing our best to keep this calendar up to date, we may not track everything.
- If the class is adult ed, please contact your teacher.
- If it is a meeting, please contact the head of the committee.
- If it is an event that is not virtual, it is likely cancelled or postponed.
- If it is a religious service, please click here for the virtual services webpage.
- Our Coronvirus webpage is regularly being updated with information, including events that are being offered, click here.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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Kabbalat Shabbat on the Plaza with Ilene Safyan!
Friday, August 6 | 6:15 pm - 7:00 pm
Kabbalat Shabbat on the Plaza! – Fridays, 6:15pm
Please join Rabbi Kosak and special guest Illene Safyan this Friday for Kabbalat Shabbat services on the Holzman Plaza. We are very excited to see everyone as we come together to celebrate as a kehila!
There will be an Oneg Shabbat following services – Enjoy a nosh, drink, and schmooze with one another. Masks are highly encouraged but optional outdoors. Shabbat on the Plaza will continue over the summer through Labor Day!! (Only 5 left!)
In the event of bad weather, we will be moving indoors and will communicate this via email.
Please note our Covid vaccination and mask policies below:
All visitors eligible to be vaccinated are expected to be vaccinated – this expectation will be the “honor system” – proof of vaccination will not be required.
The above “honor system” notwithstanding, we are requesting that congregants and guests provide advance documentation of vaccination status. This request will help with the various logistics involved in CNS programs, services, meetings, etc. You may provide vaccination documentation by clicking here.
Children under the age of 12 and those not eligible for vaccination are welcome to attend services/programs in the building.
Only come if you are feeling healthy and remember to bring your own kippah and tallit. Appropriate and correctly fitted (covering nose and mouth) face masks are required indoors and highly encouraged outdoors.
We are looking forward to continuing this process of fully welcoming back our in-person community to the synagogue campus and the various programs that bring us together.
We will still be video live-streaming the service if you are not able or comfortable joining us.
Use the book: Siddur Lev Shalem Kabbalat Shabbat and Evening Service