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Indoor Minyan Protocol and Reservation

  • Welcome to Chabad Natick Synagogue Indoor Services for Shabbat and Weekends!

  • Welcome to Chabad Natick Synagogue!  In consideration of the Pandemic, we have been in touch with the Natick Board of Health to discuss the guidelines.  Thanks to a dedicated committee of individuals from our shul, we have taken precautions to make sure that we are in compliance and keeping everyone safe.   Number of attendees per service are being limited.  We have also recently purchased and installed MERV-13 filters for the HVAC system. Naturally this has all been an investment of time, energy, and resources.  

    Currently we are holding services indoors on a limited schedule for Friday Evening and Shabbat Morning.  If you choose to join us at this time, please do your part to help keep everyone safe and healthy.  

    If you have reserved in the past and no longer need to have seats reserved for you - ie. you will not be attending in the next month or two, please email [email protected] as soon as possible so that we can free up your space for others who might need. 

  • Updates as of beginning of May 2021

  • As the world begins to open again we are making a few changes at Chabad in regards to Shabbat seating. We have removed the names off the chairs and put the books back on the shelves. 

    We still need to be cautious, so we ask you to continue to wear your mask inside the Chabad Center and practice social distancing. You may choose your seat, remembering to only sit next to someone from your household.

    If you would like to have a bag and assigned seat please let us know. 

    When outside you may remove your mask if you are able to be 6 feet from each other. 

    During kiddush (which is currently outdoors) we want everyone to feel comfortable, so we ask that when you are not eating you wear a mask.  While eating please try and maintain social distancing.

  • Current Shul Guidelines for Health and Safety (Updated May 2021)

    - Masks must be worn at all times
    - Purell upon arriving 
    - Please stay home if - you are sick or experiencing symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell
    - Please stay home if - you have been sick in the last 2 weeks
    - Please stay home if - you have been around anyone with Covid-19 in the last 2 weeks
    - Soft singing along with Chazan is fine but no loud singing
    - Aliyot will be recited from your seat
    - Chairs should remain 6 feet apart 
    - Bathrooms are available - please disinfect after use with provided spray
    - Please exit the building after the service - do your best to stay 6 feet apart at all times

    - No hand shaking or hugging
    - If G‑d forbid, anyone develops symptoms, and tests positive for Covid shortly after attending shul, they will immediately contact Rabbi, who will then inform the other members of that minyan that there might have been potential exposure.

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    Please check off below that you have carefully read the above guidelines and agree to abide by them. 

  • If you are filling out this form for other members of your family, please make sure you have read to them the above protocol and they understand what is expected.

  • As seating is assigned in advance, and is calculated in the limited spacing, each family member who plans to attend must be listed below.  This registration page will close when we have reached our maximum number of allowable seating.

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  • We thank you for working with us to keep our community safe and healthy! 
    We will continue to stay updated as there are changes to governing requirements. 
    We look forward to seeing you in Shul!

  • Current Schedule of Services:
    Friday Nights           5 minutes after candle lighting - 30 minute Kabbalat Shabbat service
    Shabbat Mornnings       10:00 am - Shabbat Morning Services
    Holidays and Yahrtzeit Minyans as announced

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