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  • OUTDOOR KABBALAT SHABBAT BEGINNING JUNE 5 - 7 PM

  • DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE, WE WILL BE HOLDING A SHORT OUTDOOR KABBALAT SHABBAT EACH FRIDAY AT 7 PM. 

    WE LOOK FORWARD TO BEING ABLE TO RESUME OUR REGULAR SHABBAT DAY SERVICES AT CHABAD IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

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  • - Services take place at OUTDOOR PARK SHELTER at Morrisville Park 1520 Morrisville Parkway.  Masks are to be worn within the outdoor shelter. 

    - While we are offering this service for those wishing to pray together during these challenging times, please do not feel obligated to attend.  Many around the world are praying & celebrating Shabbat from home.

    - Following the short service, there will be a "pre-plated" light kiddush snack for attendees.  No food or drink will be handled at the park.  To make a donation towards a particular Shabbat, please click here .

    - There are plenty of tables in the shelter to allow for proper social distancing.  Those who wish to stand even further away outside the shelter (weather permitting) may do so.  In the event of rain, the shelter  is covered. 

    - Please sign up on this form so we can know how many to expect and ensure social distancing.  (Limited space available) Our ability to ensure that we stay six feet from each other will be important to our being able to continue to offer these services

    - Please read the important health guidelines below. 

  • We are pleased to be able to resume services in some capacity.  Please respect these guidelines: 

    1. Please keep 6 feet away from one another.

    2. Anyone who has had the following new symptoms within the last 14 days must stay at home: a cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat or loss of taste or smell.

    3. We kindly ask that masks should be worn. (we will have ones available)

    4. Disinfect hands frequently. Sanitizer will be available.

    5. Avoid touching your face.

    6. Those who are elderly, who are in a nursing home, have a lung disease, are immunosuppressed, have diabetes, or kidney or liver disease, should maintain enhanced vigilance and seek counsel of their doctors if they are permitted to attend.

    8. While the park has bathrooms, we recommend using your restroom before coming to Shul. 9. If you have traveled from Louisiana, NY, NJ or CT or have come in contact with someone who had COVID-19 in the last 14 days - even if you are not showing symptoms - please wait the 14 days before joining for a service.

    10. We ask that younger children who cannot maintain social distancing not be present in the shelter.  Families are welcome to be around the park/greenways and have a parent supervise the children outside the shelter.  

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