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Friday night Candlelighting is at 7:12
Havdallah 8:07
 
Torah
Shabbat, Kiddush and COVID
Mercaz Shabbat Groups
Rosh Hashana Thank you
Yom Kippur
Reverse Tashlich
Sukkah Hop Save the Date
Arba Minim Options
Community Announcements
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks zt'l: Consensus vs. Command?
Tefillah

Shabbat day tefillah at 9:30 am
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Click here if you would like to sponsor a kiddush in the future.

Covid Guidelines
The summarized version

We have masks by the door for those that need them.

1. For now, services are remaining outdoors.
2. We strongly recommend that everyone masks outside. Inside masks must be worn. 
3. All kids can now attend services masked, sitting next to their parents. (infants can still attend unmasked)
4. If you are not vaccinated, you must wear a mask AND maintain 6 feet distance. Unvaccinated people
can take their masks off to eat and drink as long as they maintain 6 feet of distance.
5. If you are fully vaccinated and choose not to wear a mask, you must ensure 6 feet of distance between you and anyone outside your family/pod.
6. Vaccinated travelers (domestic and international) should mask and distance for 7 days post-travel at shul due to Delta.
Please click here to see our current COVID Guidelines 
Shabbat Tefilah Sign-Up
Mercaz Shabbat Groups for Kids

Tefilat Yeladim (ages 5-10): An abbreviated prayer service that contains songs, stories, and a word or activity about the Parasha of the week. Drop off.

Tot Shabbat (ages 18 months-4): Songs, prayers, and activities for younger children with a caregiver.

Each indoor room now has a HEPA filter and doors and windows will be open. All non-vaccinated people, over age 2, are required to wear masks and children will be required to stay 3 feet apart from each other. Per new recommendations, all individuals will need to wear masks indoors. 
  • 10:30 am - 12:00 (end of tefillah): Tefilat Yeladim in the sanctuary.
  • 11:15 am - 12:00 (end of tefillah): Tot Shabbat outside in the garden area in front of the small house, directly to the north of Mercaz.
  • The playroom is a dedicated nursing/feeding/baby room with space for 3 adults. Most toys will be put away.
  • Kids are invited to return to services before Kiddush sitting with their parents.
  • Sign up for Shabbat Tefilah here.  Adults and children 12 and older should each sign up separately and children under 12 can be included in the field for children.  We appreciate your patience while we work on our sign-up and process. 
Please send a photo of your 5 - 10-year-old child to Elizabeth Frasch at elizabeth@frasch.ca.
Thank you to everyone who helped make our Rosh Hashanah services a success this year.  We really loved seeing so many of you at our Rosh Hashana location!  

Thank you to our hosts and to Pastor Wei for making us feel welcome, thank you to our set up and break down crew for building a space for us to pray, thank you to our chazans, leyners, and those who shared wonderful words of Torah. Thank you to Liz Roth & Andre Jacobowitz for hosting a wonderful kids' program and thank you to our youth program leader and babysitters. Thank you to Iconic Global for providing security at our outdoor location.  

Last, but certainly not least, a huge thank you to Rabbi Avi & Rachel Rosenfeld for all that they do to make Mercaz a wonderful place to be.

We hope to see you again next week at our normal Mercaz outdoor location for Yom Kippur services (
sign up here

Lastly, if you're interested in getting involved with Mercaz on a committee feel free to 
reach out to Mercaz and we can plug you into one of our committees such as:

-Security
-Kiddush
-Welcoming and Hachnasat Orchim
-Programming
-COVID Task Force
-Development
-Children's Programming
-Communication
-Religious Practices

Please consider becoming a member of Mercaz by joining 
here.  Membership levels have suggested amounts, but feel free to pay whatever feels most comfortable to you.

If you're already a member and would like to make a Yamim Noraim donation you can do so 
here.

Yom Kippur
 

Yom Kippur services will be in our backyard space. 

6:45 pm, September 15th - Mincha
7:00 pm, September 15th - Kol Nidrei

8:30 am, September 16th - Shacharit
11 ish am, September 16th - Torah reading
11:30 ish am, September 16th - Yizkor
6 pm, September 16th  - Mincha
7 pm, September 16th - Neilah
7:56 pm, September 16th - Fast ends

We will be having some children's programming over Yom Kippur and will send out that information early next week. We will also send an email to all who have signed up with any other specific details. 
Yom Kippur Sign-up
Sept 12 - https://www.repairthesea.org/reverse-tashlich
Thank you Northwest Yeshiva High School - NYHS for putting this together. You can select NYHS - Lions from the drop-down menu while registering. Meeting at Magnuson Park, near the main beach. 2 pm - 4 pm. 
Save the date
Mercaz Sukkah Hop
Shabbat Chol Ha Moed - Saturday, September 25th - Late Afternoon to Evening
Arba Minim Options


Congregation Beth Shalom is taking orders for Arba Minim. Please call (206) 524-0075 to place your order. 

 
Community Announcments
https://www.jewishinseattle.org/connect/community-calendar/
The women's mikvah in our neighborhood, Mikveh Yisroel Mei Menacham, is now using https://www.mikvahcloud.com/ to make appointments. You can go through the website or download the app. 
Jewish books and Judaica from a great store in Berkeley:

https://www.afikomen.com/shop
bookshop.org/shop/afikomen

 
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