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In-Person Services

Friday, January 22, 2021 9 Shevat 5781

5:10 PM - 6:10 PM
Services will not be held this Shabbat, January 15th & 16th due to the changing COVID numbers in Charleston County.
We have resumed in-person indoor services for Shabbat and holidays!
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AND LIMITED. Please fill out and submit the registration form below after reviewing the COVID Safety Rules.
 Join the Info & Services WhatsApp group at for updates on individual services. Community COVID-19 statistics will continue to be assessed weekly in order to proceed to each stage or reopening.
Go to for details and updates.

*Please note changes.
  • All persons wishing to attend services must complete a pre-registration safety screening. Persons who have not completed pre-registration may not attend.
  • All persons are to wear a mask at all times – surgical and cloth masks are acceptable.
  • Social distancing is to be observed at minyan at 8 feet between individuals. This applies to attendees on arrival and departure as well.
  • The maximum number attending a service is 40 persons, until further notice.
  • Please bring your own siddur (and your own chair, if desired).
  • Someone at minyan will be designated to monitor compliance, ensure attendees are pre-registered, and record attendance in case follow up becomes necessary.
  • If someone becomes ill during minyan, they are to be isolated at once and arrangements are to be made for them to leave as soon as possible.
  • Congregants in higher-risk categories e.g. all those with existing health conditions are discouraged from attending services until COVID-19 conditions are stabilized. Congregants 65 years and older should use their discretion with regard to attending services. Children under the age of 10 years should not attend minyan until further notice.
  • *If you have recovered from Covid-19, and if you had only a mild illness, you should wait 10 days before resuming distant in-person contact with others, and before attending synagogue. If you had a severe Covid-19 infection, you should wait 20 days.
  • *Wait 14 days before attending services if you have been in high exposure locations or situations, such as -
  1. you have traveled outside of Charleston to a region of high Covid-19 activity
  2. you have been to an in-town location of increased risk for Covid-19 exposure, i.e. large gatherings including but not limited to airports, restaurants, meetings, or receptions where social distancing and wearing of masks was limited.
If you have not done any of the above, you do not have to wait two weeks on arriving in Charleston before you may attend services.


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Sun, January 17 2021 4 Shevat 5781