Guidelines for In-Person Service Attendance

Beginning erev Shabbat on July 9, 2021, we will follow a hybrid attendance model for our services (in-person and on Zoom), following the New Hampshire and CDC guidelines for Places of Worship.

In-person attendance will follow a limited social distancing of 3’ between household groups. We strongly encourage everyone who is attending to be vaccinated (if you are able).

Our attendance capacity has been increased but to attend you will still need to make a reservation in advance.

Because infection rates in Belknap and Carroll counties have risen and are above 2/100,000 (as of 7/2/21), and the delta strain is on the rise, we are still requiring that people wear masks.  

IF YOU HAVE:

  • been feverish or have a documented temperature of 100.4 F or higher, have respiratory symptoms such as runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath not otherwise explained by seasonal allergies and/or
  • whole-body symptoms such as muscle aches, chills, and severe fatigue and/or
  • changes in your senses of taste or smell and/or
  • been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past 10 days and/or
  • been diagnosed with COVID-19, unless diagnosed as having been recovered for a period of greater than 14 days and/or
  • traveled outside of the United States (except for essential travel to/from Canada in the past 10 days).

We ask that you not attend services in-person but, instead, join us by Zoom.

To make a reservation email info@tbinh.org. Please include the number of attendees.