Sign In Forgot Password

Important Covid Protocol Update at TBS

Due to rising numbers of Covid-19 cases in Miami Dade County, the recommendation of our Covid Task Force is that Temple Beth Sholom require proper masks be worn for everyone inside the building. "Proper masks" are defined in the latest CDC guidelines. N95 or KN95 masks are strongly encouraged, providing the greatest protection for both the wearer and others as compared to surgical or cloth masks.

The temple is also requiring anyone over the age of 12 who is entering the building to attend services or a life cycle event (b’nei mitzvah, funeral, wedding, etc.) to provide proof of full vaccination including booster if eligible before entering the building. Proof can be ascertained by showing one of the following four items:

· the actual card OR
· a picture of the card OR
· A negative result from a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before the event OR
· Proof of a positive PCR test taken between 14 and 90 days before the event

We thank you for your support in keeping Temple Beth Sholom a safe and healthy community.

Rabbi Gayle Pomerantz

Update from the Security Committee

We know that the traumatic events at the synagogue in Colleyville this weekend heightened many peoples’ security concerns. We want to assure you

the safety and security of everyone who enters Temple Beth Sholom is our primary concern. We have addressed security from the perspectives of safety of individuals, safety of the institution, and safety of our information. We meet regularly with representatives of local and federal agencies to maintain levels of best practices for all areas of security. Preparation and awareness are the keys to successful outcomes in emergency situations. We have instituted training sessions for all staff for threat awareness and response that will be ongoing. We are continually increasing our facility and cyber security.  We are a vigilant and welcoming community.

- José Benrey and Larry Hurwitz, Co-Chairs, Security Committee


Sat, January 22 2022 20 Shevat 5782