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Program Update | February 2, 2022


The Congregation looks forward to a Winter full of in-person programs, with the decline of the Omicron surge in-person programs will resume February 4.  As always, the discussions among our staff, board, and Reopening Task Force have been guided by Pikuach Nefesh (saving life and preserving health and safety) as our highest value. The following COVID policies remain in place

  • With the availability of vaccines for those 5 years of age and older, we will now require proof of vaccination for children for all indoor programs, including Shabbat services and Hebrew School, in addition to all adults. Please see details below on how to share this information.
  • Masks remain required for all indoor programs, per Pitkin County guidelines. 
  • Oneg and all indoor eating is currently on hold. 
  • We will continue to monitor local case rates and CDC recommendations. We will also follow Pitkin County guidelines for ALL of our programs and services.

To submit your proof of vaccination for future indoor services and programs, see options below. 



Proof of Vaccination Submission Options

Once verified, actual vaccination records will not be kept on file.


  1. Use our online form.
  2. Send an email or text message to Jason at 516.205.0250
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