Beth Tikvah In-Person Services

Health and Safety Update – April 28

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Beth Tikvah has been committed to reviewing our Health and Safety guidelines in response to the evolving provincial guidance. In light of changes announced in recent weeks, we would like to inform our members of the following updated Health and Safety guidelines in place at Beth Tikvah that are effective as of today and replace all previous guidelines:

  1. Proof of Vaccination will no longer be collected for gatherings and events. We continue to expect that all volunteers and those attending services and programming will be fully vaccinated if they are eligible.
  2. Masks are welcome and encouraged while in our building. We recognize that wearing a mask is a personal choice and ask that everyone’s choice be respected.
  3. Personal Space should be respected at all times. We ask that everyone be mindful of each other’s comfort levels and respect that each of us has a different sense of a safe distance. Consideration of personal space is especially important in interactions between masked and unmasked individuals. Please be considerate, compassionate, and aware so that we can create a safe and holy space for all.
  4. Other Prevention Measures: We all must do our part by staying home when sick and practicing regular hand washing while in the building. These remain important ways of keeping each other healthy. Additionally, our maintenance staff will continue to keep our building clean and disinfected on a routine basis.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to adapt and respond to the changing landscape. We look forward to seeing everyone in person at the synagogue as each of us feels comfortable returning.

Kabbalat Shabbat

Join us for Kabbalat Shabbat featuring Oneg Shabbat

In-person only

May 13th, 20th, and 27th services will take place at 6:30 pm
This weekly service will be approximately 45 minutes, full of song and soul!
To help maintain everyone’s health and personal safety, pre-registration, masks, and spacing are required.
As with all in-person services at Beth Tikvah, we expect that all in attendance who are eligible be fully vaccinated.

We look forward to praying together!

Please call the office at 604.271.6262 to let us know that you are coming or

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Shabbat Service

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Outline of a Beth Tikvah Virtual Shabbat Service

(Note: this will vary slightly from week to week due to specific requirements for any given day)

*Registration is no longer required for Shabbat services

Tuesday Minyan

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