UPDATED JUNE 4, 2021
CAA has begun reopening our sacred spaces for in-person daily minyanim and Shabbat services. Attendance at in-person services is open to everyone who has filled out a one-time registration form. Please complete the form by clicking here.
CURRENT OPENING SCHEDULE:
- Morning Minyan
- Mondays – Friday, 8 am
- Sundays will remain online – only for the time being
- Afternoon Minyan
- Monday – Thursday, 6 pm
- Erev Shabbat
- Fridays, 7pm
- Shabbat Morning
- Lay-led services
- Clergy-led beginning July 31st
The following protocols will be in place for all in-person services:
- Face masks will be required to be worn the entire time in the building. Social distancing will also be practiced.
- We will have a designated entrance/exit for services through the courtyard doors, which will be clearly marked.
- Please refrain from walking around the building. Bathrooms by the social hall will be open for use.
- There will be red, yellow, and green paper wristbands that you can wear to indicate your comfort level in regards to interacting with other people.
- Red means please keep your distance and do not initiate any physical contact. Yellow means please ask first before initiating contact. Green means feel free to give me a hug or a handshake.
- Bring your own “Prayer Gear” (tallit, tefillin, kippah)
- Please stay home if you or a household member is not feeling well. Please feel free to make use of our remote virtual capabilities.
- If you become ill or are diagnosed with Covid-19 within 14 days of attending an in-person event, please notify us immediately.
- Personal belongings shall not be left unattended at any time.
- There will be hand sanitizer available in the building, including the entrance and exit points.
- With guidance from health authorities, we may amend these protocols as needed.