CRC Reopening Plan and COVID Safety Protocols


These past three years have been a journey of leaning into the importance of public health; from being the first synagogue in St. Louis to make the decision to close so we could help protect one another and the most vulnerable from the emerging pandemic, to going fully online with our services, classes and programming, and finally, after a full year and a half, to thoughtfully and intentionally reopening our doors and spaces little by little. Appropriately, this echoes where we currently find ourselves in the Torah; we have left Egypt and are learning how to chart a new path forward and be a holy community again.

As Spring is on the horizon and the Covid infection numbers are declining, we have decided to go mask-optional in all of our spaces, including our sanctuary during services. We will continue to take other precautions, such as spacing chairs and offering areas to spread out, as we want all to feel welcome and comfortable in our Sukkat Shalom.

We recognize that the pandemic is not over, and will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments to our policies as necessary. Thank you all for your patience, flexibility, understanding, goodwill, and commitment to CRC as we navigate through these challenging times. Together, we will find our way.

With love,

Your CRC Rabbis

This page was last updated March 8th, 2023 by Autumn Dennis.