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2021 Rosh Hashanah

   HIGH HOLY DAYS 5783/2022

PLEASE CLICK ON EACH HOLIDAY  FOR INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO THAT HOLIDAY
SEE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON OTHER EVENTS BELOW

To visit the Aron Ha'Kodesh Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, CLICK HERE

TO PURCHASE GUEST TICKETS FOR
HIGH HOLIDAYS
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KOL AMI'S COVID PROTOCOL FOR 2022

Congregation Kol Ami remains committed to protecting the health, welfare, and safety of all our members. Currently, we recommend but do not require wearing a mask while in the synagogue and encourage strong public health measures including frequent hand washing.

We ask that those attending in-person services be fully vaccinated. If you have any of the symptoms of a respiratory infection as listed below, please DO NOT attend any in-person gatherings. You can still view services either by LiveStream or Zoom.

Please keep in mind, that if you have any of the symptoms below, DO NOT attend services.
          * Fever greater than 2 degrees above normal (98.6o F or 37oC)
          * Chills
          * Muscle aches
          * Runny nose
          * Sore throat
          * Cough (new onset or worsening of chronic cough)
          * Shortness of breath
          * Been exposed to someone who has COVID in the last 5 days

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Steven Specter at  (813)508-4250

Some additional information

For In-person services:

  • No registration is required to attend services.

If you are not vaccinated, we strongly encourage you to choose an online option for your safety.

  • Zoom services are multidirectional.  While on Zoom you can see everyone who is logged on and they can see you!  It is a great way to be with your Kol Ami family even if you cannot be together in the sanctuary.
  • LiveStream services are one directional.  You watch a feed of our services as if watching a hopefully not so dramatic television program.

Rabbi and Nachum Planning for High Holidays

Wed, October 5 2022 10 Tishrei 5783