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Shabbat Morning Service

Saturday, September 5, 2020 16 Elul 5780

9:00 AM - 12:00 PMBeth Am Campus | LiveStream
Shabbat Service and Bar Mitzvah of Jacob Laulom

Due to COVID-19, and new developments, our services are being offered both in person (outdoors on CBA campus) and LiveStream.

 

Attend Shabbat Services in Person:

If you are wanting to attend the outdoor service, please  to register and fill out the waiver form. We have a maximum of 35 participants for this service.

 

If you register for attending the service, we ask that you arrive by 8:45am in order to begin services at 9:00am. The gates to the campus will be closed at 9:30am and you will not be allowed onto the campus after that. Please bring a hat, sunscreen, and a bottle of water to make the services more comfortable as the sun changes it's position during the service.

 

LiveStream Shabbat Service:

 Click here to view the LiveStreaming of our Shabbat Services between 9:00am - 11:30am.


 

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Each name on a separate line. Please note, that you are responsible for these attendees to follow the guidelines and understand the Health Precaution Agreement. Thank you.

HEALTH PRECAUTIONS AGREEMENT AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY
I, the undersigned (“Attendee”), and each person under the age of 18 set forth below (each a “Minor” and together with Attendee, the “Releasing Parties”), desire to enter the premises (the “Premises”) of Congregation Beth Am of North County, a California nonprofit religious corporation (“CBA”) for the purpose of participating in CBA programs and in consideration agree to all terms and conditions set forth below. Attendee understands that the Releasing Parties will be denied entry onto the Premises if Attendee elects not to sign this release of liability.

ATTENDEE UNDERSTANDS THAT BY ENTERING THE PREMISES THE RELEASING PARTIES MAY INCREASE THEIR RISK OF EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 OR ANY RELATED ILLNESS (“COVID”), REGARDLESS OF PRECAUTIONS THAT CBA IS PUTTING IN PLACE.

Attendee on behalf of the Releasing Parties hereby expressly waives and releases any and all claims which the Releasing Parties may now have, or which they may have in the future, whether known or unknown, against CBA and its employees, agents, affiliates, successors, and assigns (collectively, the “Released Parties”), arising from or in connection with COVID attributable to the Releasing Parties’ activities on the Premises, whether arising from the negligence of CBA or any Released Party or otherwise (collectively, the “Released Claims”). The Released Claims do not extend to claims for gross negligence, intentional or reckless misconduct, or any other liabilities that California law does not permit to be released by agreement.

Attendee agrees that Attendee, and each Minor, as applicable, will abide by all health precautions set forth by CBA. Violation of any health precautions will be grounds for immediate expulsion from CBA programs and denial of entry to the Premises.

By "agreeing" below, each Attendee acknowledges that such Attendee has read and fully understood all of the terms of this release and that such Attendee is voluntarily giving up substantial legal rights on behalf of the Released Parties.


 

GUIDELINES

By "agreeing" to each of the guidelines, you (and your attendees) fully understand and abide to all them.


We ask that you commit to staying the entire duration of the service as we are counting on you for a minyan.
If I (or any of my attendees) have a temperature greater than 99.9, I/we understand that I/we will not be admitted and will be asked to go home.
We will be maintaining social distancing in the courtyard, and you will be asked to spread out to ensure proper distance from other families.
Everyone will need to sanitize their hands thoroughly.
This includes the entire duration of the service.
Congregation Beth Am will not be providing these for you. However, we will give each person a siddur and humash for use in the service. (The siddur and humash will be removed after services and stored away for the next 2 weeks to remove any germs that were on them).
If you have an honor/aliyah or are leading/reading in the service, you will need to sanitize your hands again immediately before coming to the shulhan as well as immediately after your honor is complete.
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