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Coronavirus Response

COVID-19 Safe Reopening Plan

We are excited to share with you our plans for reopening the building for Shabbat morning services beginning Saturday, June 5, 2021! Below, you will find our guidelines ensuring that our gathering experience is safe, meaningful, and comfortable. We need everybody to be mindful and flexible as this is new to all of us so adjustments and changes will be made as we go.

Plan Highlights

All members and guests are welcome!

Mask Policy Update - July 30, 2021

At Adath Israel, your safety is of utmost importance.  Throughout the pandemic, we have followed the national and state recommendations for safety.  According to current CDC guidelines, people living in areas with "substantial" transmission of COVID are recommended to wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccination status.  Ohio released the numbers yesterday for Hamilton County, and we are now in an area of "substantial" transmission.  

As such, effective immediately, we will require all attendees ages 2 and up to wear masks at all of our indoor services, meetings, and programs.

Currently, morning minyan services are:

  • Thursday and Friday mornings at  8 AM. Join us in-person, Facebook Live, or on Zoom. 
  • Evening minyan services: Monday through Thursday at 7 PM, and Sunday, at 5:30 PM. Join us on Zoom,  and Facebook Live. 
  • Sunday morning minyans at 9 AM. Join us in-person, Facebook Live, or on Zoom.

 Please check the News and Schmooze weekly e-newsletter for updated information on our service schedule as well as checking our website.






Due to the wonderful compliance that our attendees have shown over the past few weeks, we feel confident that individuals and families can safely find their seating. Registration will no longer be required for our services.

Distancing will still be in place for unvaccinated individuals.

It is up to the individual to distance as they feel comfortable.  

As difficult as it may be, we are going to ask that you refrain from huddling in groups in the lobby, and refrain from handshakes and hugs.

We will rely on each member of the congregation to keep each other safe.  

Observe mask, sanitization, and social distancing protocols.

Yes! Even as we resume in-person gathering, we are committed to providing an exceptional virtual experience. 

To join our Livestream services tune into AdathLive each Saturday at 9:00 AM to watch the service online.  We have morning minyan Sunday and Thursday on Zoom and Facebook.

What are plans for upcoming events?

Do I have to wear a mask?

Can I bring my children with me?

What if I have other questions?

Watch for more info on fun events we have planned for summer and High Holidays, including Continuing Education, Israel Summer Speaker Series, Social Action, and Support Groups. 

Other synagogue events will be scheduled and communicated as restrictions are lifted. 

If you are not feeling well, please stay home and join us online. 

Attendees Must be Masked

Those attending in-person ages 2 and up must be properly masked (i.e. wearing masks over both nose and mouth and no masks with vents or valves and no gaiter masks) while in the building.

Yes, you can!

If you have further questions please reach out to us at

Health and Safety Policies

We rely on each member of the community to keep each other safe. Therefore, we ask that you uphold the following safety guidelines. While there is no guarantee of safety in attending an in-person experience, the following intended to mitigate and exposure as much as possible, while providing for a meaningful in-person experience. 

  • If you are vaccinated, masks are optional.
  • If you are unvaccinated and above the age of 2, masks covering both nose and mouth are required. 
  • Masks will be available if needed.
  • Unvaccinated people of all ages must maintain a social distance of 6 feet from those outside their household.
  • Please note that those leading services from the bima will not be masked while they are leading. 
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and/or a positive test within 10 days of your attendance, you must let the synagogue know as soon as possible, and all attendees will be notified. All names will remain confidential. 
  • Sanitization stations will be placed around the synagogue for convenient sanitization.
  • We encourage you to socialize outdoors in the front entrance outside the synagogue. 
  • There will be limited kiddushes at this time. 
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