Synagogues begin sketching out plans for post-quarantine reopening

For most American Jews, attending shul means greeting fellow congregants with hugs and handshakes, scooping up a communal prayerbook, kippah or tallit, and filing into shared pews or auditorium seating. It means planting kisses on ritual objects like mezuzot and Torah scrolls, and schmoozing over shared platters of smoked fish and pastries at Kiddush. Much … Continue reading Synagogues begin sketching out plans for post-quarantine reopening