Further to our message on September 14th, Beth Tikvah is re-opening today in a very limited capacity. Please see the guidelines below around visitation and COVID-19 protocols.
VISITING THE SYNAGOGUE:
The building is presently closed to visitors except for specific and limited purposes. No visit should take place without a prior appointment through the office or the Rabbi.
We understand that volunteers do need to come by the synagogue from time to time, however, we ask that anyone acting in a volunteer capacity limits their visits. All volunteers must notify the office prior to coming and register upon arrival.
***PLEASE DO NOT DROP INTO THE SHUL WITHOUT A PRIOR APPOINTMENT***
Once at the shul, visitors and volunteers are required to sign in with their name, contact information, and drop-in time, and sign out accordingly prior to departure. A table will be set up near the office for this purpose, please use the available hand sanitizer before signing in/out. Office staff will save the sign-in/out paperwork at the end of each day for a period of fourteen days prior to disposal.
When at the synagogue, all visitors are required to wear a mask at all times.
If visiting the shul please try to avoid using the washroom. If necessary, please ONLY use the washroom near the kitchen.
- The shul has an accessible washroom which is dedicated to staff only. If you require an accessible washroom please contact the office.
- Try to limit washroom occupancy to one person with a maximum of two people.
Please do not visit the shul if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.
Thank you for your support during this challenging time, if you have any questions please contact the office.