5782 High Holy Days
Rabbi Adam Morris and the Temple Micah community look forward to our 5782 High Holy Days experience.
Micah's COVID-19 Protocol
Basically, we are planning for our High Holyday observances to look like they did in 2019, with some pandemic safety-influenced additions ...
- We will hold most of our community prayer services and other High Holyday offerings in person at Temple Micah.
- We expect that all who attend will wear a mask while they are in the building and observe social distancing while in the sanctuary.
- In fulfilling our responsibility to maintaining a safe space, we ask that all attendees pre-register for the services or programs they plan to attend. The registration link is open HERE
- As always, participation at Temple Micah is open to all ... there are no tickets or fees required to participate in our High Holyday offerings. Please reach out to people in your communities and share this invitation and the registration link with them.
- For those who are not able or choose not to participate in person, our High Holyday services will also be live streamed on our YouTube channel.
- We will continue to monitor the development of the pandemic and the public health guidelines set forth by our medical and civic authorities.
- As 5782 draws closer, look for more information about streaming links, parking guidelines related to the presence of the Safe Outdoor Space and specific details related to services and programs.
We are so looking forward to welcoming 5782 with you.