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As we move in to this new semester, we continue to implement best practices for staying healthy and embracing the value of pikuach nefesh, the primacy of the sanctity of life. We are doing all we can to provide safe spaces to gather in person.


In light of current medical advice concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, we have adjusted our COVID guidelines:


Starting February 1st 2022 we will require proof of booster shot along with proof of vaccination to attend events.


If you are not able to be vaccinated or boostered for medical reasons or have any other questions please contact Dana Tumpowsky directly at before attending in person events

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