Beth Am Covid Safety Protocols
In the spirit of the Jewish value of pekuach nefesh, saving lives, Temple Beth Am will continue to assess what is best for the health and safety of our community so that we can safely welcome you to temple in person.
Temple Beth Am is taking the following precautionary measures to keep our community safe:
- Although masks are no longer required when attending in-person services and events at Temple Beth Am, we encourage mask-wearing the to protect the most vulnerable among us.
- Please remember that Covid, the flu, and RSV put vulnerable populations at risk so please stay home and watch our services via YouTube livestream if you are recovering from an illness or feeling sick.
- While we still ask that anyone planning to attend in person be fully vaccinated, we will no longer request proof of vaccination upon entry to the building.
(Last Updated: September 2023)