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Covid-19 Protocols, as of March 15, 2022:

For much of the Covid pandemic, we have used a variety of tools – masks, social distancing, live-streaming – to keep congregants safe and to guard our broader community against the possibility of a super-spreader event originating from our gatherings. Thankfully, with the availability of vaccines, and the incidence of Covid falling in recent weeks, we no longer need to be so concerned about infections on such a large scale.

Now, we turn our focus to protecting the vulnerable in our midst, especially those who are immunocompromised and those who aren’t vaccinated (such as very young children). At this time, we are continuing to wear masks during worship, where there will be singing. Outside of singing activities, the overall risk of infection is low enough that masks are now optional inside the building except where singing is taking place, or where staff determine that masks are necessary (e.g., gathering or events with particular groups of vulnerable persons).


We will continue to monitor and evaluate the situation, and make changes as appropriate.