Morning Minyan is currently being held on Sundays at 8:00 AM and on Tuesday and Friday Mornings at 7:00 AM, at Tiferet Israel.
Maximum seats available is 28. The area is sanitized after every use.
Please observe social distancing and health safety rules posted throughout the building.
lways wear a mask when inside the building and utilize hand sanitizing stations as needed. Bring your own Tallit and siddur if possible, but they will be available if needed.
Restrooms are cleaned and sanitized daily. Please limit people in the restrooms to one at a time. Wash hands, using a paper towel to turn on and off the faucets and to open the restroom door.
Children are welcome to attend but must stay with parents at all times
If you will need a drink, please bring your own water bottle, as the water fountain is not available for use at this time.
If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or if you are showing any symptoms of illness, including fever, please do not attend services. If you have a medical condition that effects your immune system, we request that you not attend services.
If you are over the age of 61, it is advised that you not place yourself at risk, however, we will not restrict you from attending services.
Due to ongoing concerns for the health and safety of our members, Tiferet Israel will not be hosting in person High Holy Day Services this year.
Instead, Rabbi Zell, Cantor Cohen, our Youth Programming leaders, and Sonia Meltzer, along with our Board of Directors and President, Shirley Rovinsky, have created virtual, online programming to bring the High Holy Days to you at home!
This programming is available at no charge to our members. Non-Members are encouraged to make a donation of $100 to access the programming.
You can either click here to make your donation, or call the office at 214-691-3611, where our staff will be happy to assist you. Members can access the videos by clicking the image above, or by selecting this link.