Summer Shabbat 2021 At PTS
With great excitement we are eager to announce that Kabbalat Shabbat will resume every week onsite in either the sanctuary or, weather permitting, the Wornick Family Courtyard. In accordance with new State guidelines, registration and physical distancing are no longer required. For Shabbat experiences in the Wornick Family Courtyard, vaccinated individuals may go mask free, although masks are required for everyone when worshipping indoors and at all times for unvaccinated individuals.
6:30 – 7:45 pm
In-Person and on Zoom
Kabbalat Shabbat services will take place, weather permitting, in the Wornick Family Courtyard, or, in the sanctuary. All in-person Shabbat services will also be streamed to Zoom for those who prefer to participate from home. Go to live.sholom.org for the Zoom stream.
Registration for in-person Kabbalat Shabbat is not required although recommended for those who wish to be notified of location changes (i.e. Wornick Family Courtyard or Sanctuary) in advance.
Havdalah in the Courtyard
Light up the courtyard for Havdalah with your clergy. Join us for this 30 minute service to say goodbye to Shabbat and welcome in the new week.
Registration for in-person Havdalah is not required although recommended for those who wish to be notified of location changes (i.e. Wornick Family Courtyard or Sanctuary) in advance.
Parking Lot Tots and Torah
Join Rabbi Delson, Isaac Zones , and Allison Steckley for Parking Lot Tots and Torah! Each family will have a reserved spot in the parking lot. Feel free to bring your own picnic dinner and get ready for some Shabbat prayers, a story, and of course dancing. Registration is required, 30 families will be allowed. Masks are to be worn at all times for 2 years and up (other than eating dinner in your reserved spot).
Next date: August 13
The fine print on protocols
We ask that you be vaccinated or have a negative COVID-19 test within the 72 hours prior to the event. No proof is required; your self-attestation is sufficient.
While onsite, please use hand sanitizer and wear your mask. These protocols will likely evolve as the summer progresses.
Please understand that you will be coming into an environment that may include vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals, and take precautions accordingly.