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Update Effective January 4, 2022

In a continued effort to keep the community safe, we are putting a pause on all in-person meetings and services at Shomrei Torah. Meetings and services will continue virtually (Zoom/Livestream). 


STARS reopening has been postponed to January 19th at the earliest. (STARS community: Check emails for periodic updates)


This pause allows us time to evaluate the spread of the virus and review our COVID policies to ensure the safety of our community. 


November 2021 Update

All attendees who are 12 and older must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and may be required to show proof of vaccination at the door.


As of October 21, 2021, Sonoma County has put in place this health order that allows for small, stable, and vaccinated groups to gather unmasked indoors.

  • Who does this order apply to? Small, stable groups including committee meetings and adult education classes that meet regularly. There may be some settings where masks will still be required based on shared conversation and consent among participants.
  • Who does this order NOT apply to?  All settings where children are the primary participants will continue to stay masked (such as STaRS religious school). Any non-regular or unstable groups such as Shabbat Services, including B’Mitzvah Services and one-off events where all attendees are not vaccinated. 

In the event that all attendees of an event or meeting are vaccinated, masks may not be required. This is always at the discretion of clergy and/or the executive director. At all other times, masks will be required, regardless of vaccination status. 


Services and events will be available to attend in person unless otherwise noted.

Multi-access that includes zoom and streaming will continue to be offered for all in-person events and classes to allow those at home to interact and participate.

Some events will require pre-registration to attend, see our calendar for details. 

There will be a capacity limit, and social distancing is required.

Masks may be required indoors regardless of vaccination status until receiving permission and approval by the executive director on a case-by-case basis.

Staff is working on site during office hours:

Monday – Friday
2:00pm-5:00pm by appointment only 

Food and beverage consumption (with the exception of kiddush and challah for the Rabbi and Cantorial soloist) must adhere to the CDC Guidance for Restaurant and Bar Operators: No self-serve buffets; Self-serve food or beverage offerings must be individually wrapped or boxed.

Congregational singing will be allowed.

Enhanced cleaning protocols will continue throughout the campus.

CST aligns with the guidance provided by the California Department of Public Health. 

The CST Virtual Choir offers Ahavah 

With the hope it brings you comfort and peace during these unprecedented times.

Sun, January 16 2022 14 Sh'vat 5782