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Yom Kippur Service Booking

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Synagogue: Central
Date: Sunday, 27th September 2020
Venue:
Central United Synagogue - Main Synagogue
36 Hallam Street
W1W 6NW ( Map link )


Central Synagogue Yom Kippur Service Attendance Registration

 

Please register here if you would like to attend services at Central during COVID-19 limitations.

 

These services will all be taking place in the Main Shul and the Wolfson Hall. Please ensure that you arrive on time.  

There will be no set seating and you will only be allowed into the services that you have received confirmation you are attending. 

 

By continuing with this registration you are acknowledging that outside of a change in your isolation status or a genuine emergency you are commiting to being available to attend the service.

 

All services will be socially distanced with a limited number of people allowed to attend. Facemasks must be worn and singing will not be allowed. Anybody who has COVID-19 symptoms, or has been exposed to someone in the previous 2 weeks who has then tests positive, must not attend any services.

 

Pikuach nefesh - preserving life - is a religious imperative that overrides all other mitzvot. Although it is difficult not to be able to participate in communal activity, our primary concern must be for our health and safety and that of other people. Therefore, if you are vulnerable we advise that you do not attend but if you choose to then we ask you exercise extreme caution.

 

Places are reserved for both men and women at all services. Slots must be booked for all those who are attending. Children are welcome to attend the main services. They should be booked in and can sit next to people from their household. Parents should be confident that children will be able to sit in one place throughout the service. Children under the age of 11 should be encouraged to wear face coverings (particularly those aged over 7) but it is not compulsory. Those over the age of 11 must wear face coverings.

 

 

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