Welcome Back!

Flatbush Jewish Center is thrilled to welcome the community back for in-person communal prayer. Services & gatherings will be held in the outside patio. The following guidelines must be followed for this and other similar gatherings. Please note that we may revise these rules as needed.

  1. Service entirely outside, building will be locked with the exception of bathroom use.
  2. Participants need to sign up beforehand and confirm number of people in their group. FJC will determine when the max allowable number of participants/pods has been reached.
  3. Chairs will be setup with safe social distance, with assigned  ‘pods’ for each quarantine group. Safe distancing rules in affect at all times.
  4. All participants are required to wear masks for the duration.
  5. Children are welcome to attend, but must be supervised by parents and follow the same distancing rules. Children over age 3 must be wearing masks.
  6. No food will be provided at the service, please give children snacks beforehand.
  7. Participants are encouraged to bring their own siddur, but there will be some made available for those who need.
  8. If there is high likelihood of rain, service will be canceled. FJC will notify participants beforehand.
  9. All participants must complete the Health Screening Survey by 12 noon the day before the gathering. If you are signing up for a 2nd day Yom Tov service then you can complete the survey before 1st day Yom Tov begins.
  10. Please note there has been a new question added to our Health Screening Survey: To the best of your knowledge, have you been in close contact (within 6 feet for at least 10 minutes) with an individual who is currently under quarantine (including precautionary quarantine) within the past 10 days? If yes, please contact the FJC office to determine eligibility for attending services.

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