The following protocols and procedures will apply for the High Holiday Services:

  1. Attendees will be greeted by our attendant who will ask some screening questions and provide hand sanitizer. 
  2. Masks will be required at all times. NO EXCEPTIONS. 
  3. The seating arrangement will be set 6’ apart. Only available seats may be used.
  4. Attendees are encouraged to wear their own Yarmulka & Talis. 
  5. A Machzor will be supplied for you at your chair. The book will be replaced between services.  
  6. A lysol wipe packet will be available for attendees to sanitize their seats.
  7. Social distancing of 6’ must be maintained at all times.
  8. Service attendees are requested to come on time to ensure a smooth process.  
  9. Attendees will be asked to sanitize all hard surfaces in the restrooms before and after each use with materials provided in the bathrooms.
  10. Individuals are asked not to attend if they feel even slightly unwell (coughing or sniffling) or if you have been exposed to someone who is a possible Covid-19 carrier. Likewise, if you know anyone has any underlying health issues that put you at greater risk (like obesity, heart disease, liver disease, diabetes, immunocompromised, respiratory issues, etc.), please stay home.
  11. There will be no kissing of the Torah. There will be no Aliyot given. The reader will take all of the Aliyot.
  12. The maximum number of participants will be 70. That includes men and women combined. All participants will need to register before the holidays. Space is limited to first come first serve basis. 
  13. Children ages 0-12 will only be allowed to attend the family programs

Coronavirus / COVID-19 Warning & Disclaimer*
Coronavirus, COVID-19 is an extremely contagious virus that spreads easily through person-to-person contact. Federal and state authorities recommend social distancing as a means to prevent the spread of the virus. COVID-19 can lead to severe illness, personal injury, permanent disability, and death. Participating in a Minyan service or accessing Chabad Lubavitch of Bradenton Inc facilities could increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. Chabad Lubavitch of Bradenton Inc in no way warrants that COVID-19 infection will not occur through participation in its Minyan service or accessing Chabad facilities.