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Our Synagogue
At Chabad of Long Island City the services are traditional, and are conducted in a joyous, casual atmosphere. Many of those who attend cannot read Hebrew, yet everyone feels at home. The prayer book is bi-lingual and various English readings are included in the service. Song and commentary add meaning and participation to the prayers. Children are included and most welcome.
Covid Guidelines:

For safety and the peace of mind of all our fellow congregants we ask that everyone adheres to the below shul guidelines: 

  1. Please refrain from physical contact with other individuals during this time.  This includes hand shaking after an honor.
  2. Anyone that has had COVID symptoms in the past 14 days, we ask that you please stay home.  Some of these include, chills, loss of smell, fever, sore throat, and shortness of breath, and body aches consistent with an illness,  If you have had contact with a COVID positive individual in the past 14 days, we also ask that you stay home.
  3. Face masks are required to attend all services and must be worn at all times.  Masks will be available, but we ask that you please bring your own.  Please note that the Rabbi and Cantor have the option to not wear a mask while davening and speaking to the congregation, but they will be well distanced from everyone to compensate and ensure everyone's safety.
  4.  Please disinfect your hands often with sanitizer.  There will be portable sanitizing stations in the shul for you to use.
  5. Those over 60 or in a vulnerable category should consult a physician when deciding to attend services.
  6. Seats will be placed six feet apart to promote social distancing.  We will try to accommodate families sitting together should space allow.  Please do not rearrange any seats without first consulting with the Rabbi or the Gabbai.
  7. While restrooms will be available at the shul and will be sanitized often, we ask that you use your personal restroom at home before services.
  8. All items will be disinfected after use, so we ask that leave all items on your chair following services to make it easier for the staff.
  9. The practice of kissing the Torah/Mezzuzot, etc, is being suspended to help promote a more safe environment for everyone and keep with the above guidelines.
  10. All Aliyot are done from your seat
  11. The COVID SURVEY  must be completed online in order to attend services.
Kiddush Luncheon
An important part of our community is the weekly Kiddush Luncheon that follows the Shabbat morning services, where friendships are created and nurtured and we celebrate each other's happy occasions and anniversaries.
Please allow yourself the opportunity to visit and participate in our vibrant congregation. Please feel free to visit us for services or any other program, or just stop in to say hello.