All events may only take place if the hygiene rules listed below are observed. This applies in particular to the following points: keep your distance, wash or disinfect hands and clean surfaces and objects.
The distance rules of 1,5 meters between people should be kept if possible .
A container with disinfectant is set up at the entrance and in the washrooms. All members are expected to wash their hands thoroughly or use the disinfectant upon entry.
Protective masks are available. During the service it is mandatory to wear a mask.
The inventory is cleaned and disinfected before and after the services.
• CULTURAL EVENTS
Admission to the service is only possible with prior registration of every single person (including children). Spontaneous appearance or exchange is not possible. Access is not permitted without prior registration. Please register by name, first name and address to email@example.com . If you feel sick after registeration , please let us know. During the service it is mandatory to wear a mask.
– For Friday evening service: by latest Wednesday, 12:00 pm
– For Saturday morning service: by latest Thursday 12:00 pm
With these measures, we ensure that the infection chain can be traced and that traceability is guaranteed.
Important: At the moment only your own ritual objects (Siddur, Chumasch, Tallit) can be used. Please bring them with you from home. You can borrow these items from Migwan, but you must take them home with you afterwards.
Our Siddurim can be downloaded here:
People with symptoms of illness such as cough, sore throat, headache, runny nose can’t come to our services.
Opening and closing of the Aron Hakodesch is only done by the rabbi.
The rabbi takes the Torah out of the Aron and returns it.
The Torah is not kissed and brought directly to the reading desk. Only one person stands at the reading desk.
Hagba’ah and Gelilah: The rabbi picks up the Torah scroll right after the reading and then dresses it on the reading desk. There is no separate call for Hagba’ah and Gelilah.
There is no children’s blessing under the tallit.
Kiddush: Is done only by one person or by the rabbi. The Migwan kitchen cannot be used.
The distance control is observed. Parents are asked to pack their children a drink and snack . The Migwan kitchen cannot be used.
Parents have to wait in front of the entrance and keep the recommended distance of 2 meters.
The children are welcomed by the teachers at the entrance. The follow-up of the hygiene regulations is supervised by our teachers.
Access to cultural events is only possible with prior registration. Spontaneous appearance is not possible. Please register by name, first name and address no later than 48 hours before the event by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The distance rules of at least two meters between people are strictly observed.
A dispenser with disinfectant is set up at the entrance and in the washrooms. All participants will be expected to wash their hands thoroughly or use the disinfectant when entering.
Protective masks are available.
The Migwan kitchen cannot be used.