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The Health and Safety of Our Community

Nothing is more important than the health and safety of the Ohr Kodesh (OKC) community and communal responsibility is critical to ensuring that safety. For this reason, we have implemented policies and procedures for all in-person activities. 

The OKC community continues to be mindful that individuals continue to have varying risks in regards to COVID-19.  So we form policies and ask the membership to be guided by our core values: Derekh Eretz (Respect and Courtesy), Chesed (Acts of Kindness) and Kehillah Kedosha (Sacred Community). 

Guidelines & Protocols for Activities at OKC

If you are experiencing any symptoms or have reason to believe you have been potentially exposed to COVID, please stay home and follow all guidance offered by your doctor and/or the CDC. 

Vaccine Mandate for all OKC Activities:

  • OKC requires all eligible individuals (6 months and older) who enter Ohr Kodesh Congregation to be fully vaccinated (and boosted) for COVID-19 unless they have a documented medical exemption.
  • OKC vaccination requirements policy HERE.
  • OKC is operating on the basis of “self-certification” and will take entrants at their word that they are vaccinated to the required level.

Masking Policy: 

  • Face masks are optional at all Ohr Kodesh activities, including ABRS and the ECC.

Services in the Sanctuary: 

  • To give congregants choices, there is a mask-required section in the Sanctuary in the seat section adjacent to the windows.

Shabbat Morning Kids’ Group Programming:

  • Kids from either the indoor service or outdoor service can attend together.
  • There is no maximum size of groups.


  • Everyone from the indoor and outdoor services will join together and seating options will be available indoors and outdoors.
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