As part of our High Holy Days, we are offering special programs for children and families.
Yom Kippur Day childcare is now closed.
Children are welcome at our High Holiday services with appropriate adult supervision. They must be in childcare (if pre-registered) or with an adult at all times. To ensure the safety of all our children, we do not want them running around outside, or inside the sanctuary.
With your cooperation, we can ensure their safety and the sanctity of the prayerful space we create together.
We suggest you bring a favorite quiet toy or book for your children. If your child needs a break, please leave via the front doors. When you are ready to return to services, enter quietly and signal to our greeters that you’ve already checked in. We do not have staff to supervise your children in the foyer, upstairs, sanctuary, restrooms, or outside. Thank you.
Due to Covid considerations, we are unable to offer childcare during our regular High Holy Day services. Children are welcome to attend services with their parents.
In consultation from our medical advisor, Chochmat HaLev will no longer check Covid vaccination status at events.
We will continue to require N-95, KN-95, or surgical masking for indoor events. Masks must cover your nose and mouth at all times. Cloth masks and ventilated masks of any kind are not acceptable. Appropriate masks will be provided as needed.
We will provide passive ventilation (e.g. open windows and doors under the supervision of security-trained personnel) and other equipment as available.
Do NOT attend any Chochmat HaLev event:
More info coming soon.
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