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Dear T&V Community:

Shanah Tovah! Please click here to enjoy a High Holiday greeting video from T&V leadership.

The world around us and recommendations for best practices change every day. As a synagogue, we are making every effort to find a safe and meaningful way to be together in person for the holidays. Things may yet change, but this is our current plan.

  • We will have in-person Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur services for members at Town & Village Synagogue. Tickets will be available to all members who (1) are in good standing (no past year balances and 25% of 2021/2022 dues paid or a payment plan set up) and (2)provide proof of vaccination in advance. Everyone eligible to be vaccinated must be vaccinated in order to attend in person services. Children (under 12) are welcome despite being unvaccinated; they are not eligible. All attendees must be masked. There will not be assigned seating. Guests of members will be welcome and subject to the same rules as members (guest tickets are $180 each; please contact the office to request).
  • Members can choose to attend services either upstairs (Sanctuary) with Rabbi Larry Sebert and Cantor Shayna Postman or downstairs (Social Hall) with Rabbi Abby Sosland and Beth Mann. The use of both spaces by members is intended to create a less densely populated and more comfortable environment. Both services will also be available via Zoom.
  • Children's services will take place via Zoom only.
  • Members receive Zoom links. Guests are invited to contact office@tandv.org to receive links.
  • Tickets and Zoom links were sent to members and their guests via email.  

All of these plans are subject to change should the pandemic situation evolve further. We wish everyone good health in the New Year.

We are grateful for all opportunities to come together as a community and continue to look forward to seeing everyone.

Shalom,

Rabbi Larry Sebert, Cantor Shayna Postman & Nina Lehman, President

 

For information on our daily minyan and Shabbat services CLICK HERE.

For information about High Holiday services CLICK HERE.

Sat, September 25 2021 19 Tishrei 5782