As we consider the health and welfare of our vulnerable members and staff as well as our responsibility to slow the spread of the virus through our community we have made the difficult decision to shut our building for all religious services, educational programs, and communal events and will transition to an entirely “virtual” congregation.

As we have repeatedly stated in the last week, our goal is to isolate ourselves from the virus but not from the community and as such we are calling on our members and friends to join us in an unprecedented effort to ensure social distancing while preventing social isolation.

Your continued health remains our priority and if you have any concerns, please consult a medical professional. We will continue to update you and follow recommendations from Government health departments and medical experts.