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Services and Events and Meetings are In-Person at B'nai Zion

There will still be an online (YouTube or Zoom) option available for anyone who cannot or chooses not to attend in person. Please check the specific Event (which can be found on the Event page or the Calendar page) for details about how to join in-person or online.

Mask Regulations while at B’nai Zion.
  •B'nai Zion requires everyone in the building to wear a mask, and encourages everyone to be vaccinated against COVID-19. If you are not vaccinated, you are encouraged to attend the online options.

The Religious School Committee  requires masks during Religious School and Hebrew classes. CLICK HERE for an article with blessings for students and parents concerning getting vaccinations.


While we respect everyone's right to choose what is best for themselves, we believe that getting vaccinated is a Jewish imperative, fulfilling many Mitzvot (commandments), including: Pikuach Nefesh (saving lives), Kol Yisrael Arevim Zeh B'Zeh (all Israel is responsible for each other), and V'ahavta L'reyecha K'mocha (you shall love your neighbor as yourself). We are grateful to all of our congregants and our friends who join us in-person who are vaccinated. There is an article at the Reform Judaism site that explains the Jewish obligation.

The pandemic is an ever-changing situation that we are monitoring every day.
Our priority is the safety and well-being of our congregants.

We pray that you all stay safe during the pandemic. 
Please know that despite maintaining physical distance,
we are still here for you. Let us know if we can help you in any way.

CLICK HERE for the Louisiana Department of Health Coronavirus COVID-19 information.

CLICK HERE to see the recording of the Zoom Discussion about the
COVID-19 Virus and Vaccines
with Ricky De Benedetti, Ph.D. and Dave Kaufman, MD.

from Sunday, January 10. 

Fri, December 2 2022 8 Kislev 5783