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We are open!! ~ COVID Protocol

We are excited to announce that the JCCP/CBT is open! Our synagogue office is open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Thursday, and Friday from 10:00 am until 12:45 pm.  Please call our Executive Director, Rita Greenberg, at 201-262-7691 or email her at office@jccparamus.org if you have any questions. Proof of vaccination to enter the building is required. You can email a copy of your card to Rita or bring it into the synagogue.

Our Sunday morning minyan at 9:00 am and our daily evening minyan  at 8:00 pm are on Zoom. The links to join can be found on our Worship/Virtual Service Schedule page.

We are holding Kabbalat Shabbat, daily evening minyan services, Sunday morning minyan services, and Havdalah services all via Zoom. The links to join can be found on our Worship/Virtual Service Schedule page.

We are holding in-person weekly Shabbat morning services as well as holiday services. Shabbat attendees must submit proof of vaccination.

If you are not ready to attend in-person services, watch our livestreamed Shabbat service every Shabbat morning at 9:30 a. m. Our holiday services will also be broadcast. Visit www.jccparamus.org/livestream.

We encourage meetings and other activities in the building. Please call or email our Executive Director, Rita Greenberg to schedule your events.

Our regional Community Hebrew School of Bergen County is open for enrollment! Please email our Educational Director, Marcia Kagedan, to register at edudirector@chsbc.org or call her at 201-815-8136. Please visit the Hebrew School website at www.chsbc.org.

Please call the office, 201-262-7691 for details on any of the above.

For all the latest Coronavirus information and recommendations from the CDC please click on this link: CDC.gov

Health Guidelines

Click here to see our latest COVID protocol!

The JCCP/CBT is committed to protecting the health, welfare and safety of all of our members. Everyone is required to follow the guidelines of the CDC, local and state health organizations and our health-related procedures while on synagogue property. These guidelines are mandatory and subject to change at any time.

Please do not enter the synagogue if any of these conditions are present:

  • Covid-19 or exposure to someone with Covid-19 in the last 14 days
  • Fever greater than 99.9 F
  • Cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing
  • Sore throat, congestion or runny nose
  • Chills, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
  • Fatigue, headaches or muscle pain
  • Recently traveled to or from a state listed under restricted travel within the last 14 days

The following procedures will be in effect

  • Congregants will be asked to submit copies of their vaccination cards updated with booster
  • Masks will continue to be worn for Shabbat and Holiday services, but individual organizations will establish their own protocol (see chart above).
  • The COVID committee will continue to meet on a bi-weekly basis to monitor the local statistics.
  • All organizations should coordinate with Rita Greenberg in order to schedule meetings, classes, celebrations or functions. She will consult with the committee if she has any questions or concerns.


Remember – We are all in this together. Let’s help stop the spread of Covid-19.