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 Saturday at 9:45 AM 

UPDATE!

We have returned to in-person services on

Saturday mornings at 9:45 AM IN LEVY HALL AT RODEF SHALOM.

(Zoom Live Streaming will continue from Levy Hall)

All who wish to attend services are required to be vaccinated and to register during the week prior to the service. This enables us to do contact tracing in the case of a positive COVID test in the building. Masks are required to be worn at all times.

TO REGISTER FOR SERVICES, PLEASE CLICK HERE: Tree of Life In Person Services Registration (google.com)

Please take the time to carefully read the protocols below related to our return to in person services.  

Saturday morning services will continue to be live streamed on Zoom as well.
JOIN THE LIVE STREAM SERVICE at 9:45AM on Saturday morning

Call-in only (no video): 646-558-8656  Meeting ID: 981-478-221

Resources:

NOTE: We will no longer be screen-sharing the service prayers on Zoom. You can use the links below to download your own PDF of the Shabbat morning service and access the Torah and Haftorah readings to follow along.

Shabbat Transliterated Guide

Siddur Pages fill out the form to download 

September 25 is a full Torah service as we celebrate the Bat Mitzvah of Sylvie Bails.. Here are the links for the Torah portion  and for the Haftorah

El Na R'fa Na Lanu- A Prayer for Healing

NEW*****Tree of Life In-Person Service Protocols

  • NEW*****TREE OF LIFE IN-PERSON SERVICE PROTOCOLS

  • All individuals in attendance ages 12 and over are required to be vaccinated and register during the week prior to the service. 
  • You will be asked to inform us if you have been vaccinated and to upload your proof of vaccination document. (Medical exemptions will be determined on a case by case basis. Please contract the office.)
  • You are required to wear a mask at all times in the Rodef Shalom building, including during services, regardless of your vaccination status.
  • Masks are required for all individuals over the age of 2 and must be worn at all times while indoors.
  • Physical distancing should be maintained; families and households are encouraged to sit distanced from other families and households. There are no assigned seats. All seating is open seating.
  • For Torah reading, there will be no procession around the room. While we will call people up for aliyot who have been vaccinated, touching of the Torah in any manner is not yet permitted.
  • If you wish to accept an aliyah, you must have provided documentation of vaccination in advance.
  • We will provide prayer books, kipot and tallitot for any who need. Please return these items at the conclusion of services.
  • Entering and exiting Levy Hall should be done carefully to avoid crowding.
  • These protocols are subject to change as CDC guidelines and Pennsylvania regulations are revised.
Thu, September 23 2021 17 Tishrei 5782