From Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday night, through Havdalah after sundown on Saturday night, as well as holidays and festivals.
Kabbalat Shabbat/Shabbat: Join us every Friday evening at 6:00 p.m. and Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m. for in-person services, or join us via livestream on our Facebook or YouTube channels.
Children and Youth Services: Torah Time and Shabbat Mishpachah – once a month. Check the LC calendar for details.
High Holidays: High Holiday services are an active time of year, a time of reflection and remembrance. To get a sense of what we do, please click here to take a look at our schedule from last year or click here to view our Rosh Hashana Day 1 service.
PJC COVID Protocols
Masking is optional at all events. People at increased risk for complications or who are otherwise concerned are welcome to wear a mask, including an N95 mask, while at the PJC.
All people over the age of five who are eligible to be fully vaccinated must be vaccinated to enter our synagogue. In addition, all Learning Center students must be vaccinated regardless of age in order to attend the Learning Center.
Please note that beginning on February 1, 2022, “fully vaccinated” is defined as completing an initial vaccine course (1 dose of the Janssen/Johnson and Johnson vaccine or 2 doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine) PLUS a booster once 6 months have passed since completion of the initial vaccine course.
Our sanctuary generally allows space for those who wish to maintain physical distancing. When feasible, doors and windows will also be opened, to provide greater air ventilation. As we move into the warmer months, should the need arise we will once again offer an outdoor, tented area adjacent to the sanctuary.
We continue to enjoy a light kiddush following services on Saturday morning. During kiddush, those who are comfortable are encouraged to stay and eat. Though our library space is fairly small, those who wish to have more space are welcome to eat either in the sanctuary or outside on the lawn.
While the Board is not mandating a policy of testing for COVID-19 at this time, all potential visitors should avoid coming to the building for any reason while sick with an acute respiratory illness. It is imperative that people with active symptoms avoid coming to the PJC, to decrease our shared risk.