Sinai Temple’s Evolving Response to COVID-19

Last Updated: July 19, 2021

In recent weeks, we have experienced new waves of unpredictability from COVID-19. We continue to try to be responsive, resilient, and as nimble as possible while safeguarding the health of our community.
Los Angeles County announced that starting this Sunday (July 18), the wearing of masks will once again be required for indoor activities. This applies to all individuals, regardless of vaccination status. Effective immediately:
  • To enter the building, you must wear a mask.  
  • You must always keep the mask on when indoors.
  • If you do not comply with this requirement, you will be asked to leave the building.
Our Shabbat services, daily minyan, and special programs remain open to all mask wearing individuals: Sinai Temple members, children, friends, out-of-towners, and the community at large. There will be no occupancy limits, and social distancing will not be enforced. We respectfully ask that you help us in keeping everyone safe when you are here.
We will continue to stream on our YouTube channel and streaming site for our members who would like to join virtually.
Finally, we hope that you are getting as excited as we are for the upcoming High Holidays, now only seven weeks away! We look forward to being back together as a community for meaningful services and sermons from our esteemed clergy. As the chaggim approach, we will keep you informed of all COVID-19 protocols for these special days.  
Please email Jessica Green, Executive Director, with questions. We hope to see you soon.