Covid -19 Safety procedures and guidelines

Chabad of Minneapolis continues to be a source of optimism, hope and positivity in the face of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

We continue to engage the community with uplifting and meaningful programming as well as being a resource for moral support and guidance.

Additionally, whenever safe to do so we are offering in person programming while taking every precaution to ensure safety of all who participate.

We are planning our programming based on the current circumstances and the guidance of professionals. As the situation is ever changing, we remain flexible to adjust our programming as needed. In accordance with the CDC guidelines, we will be implementing a 6 foot distance between all congregants. Seating during services is limited, therefore, registration is imperative so that we can monitor how many people will be able to attend. 

We ask that when you do come to a program at Chabad of Minneapolis you make yourself aware of all the social distancing guidelines and other safety precautions.

With prayers for good health and well being!


We have decided to open Chabad of Minneapolis for High Holidays. We are taking the covid situation very seriously and have implemented procedures to ensure everyone’s safety to the best of our ability.

· Masks are required for all services

· We will have masks available but ask you to bring your own

· Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the property and we encourage its use 

· All services indoor and outdoor will be set up socially distanced.  (Family units of the same household may sit together.)

· We will not have any of our regular Holiday children’s programs or supervision.

· We will not be serving any food following services except for pre-packaged beverages and snacks at select services. Water bottles will be on hand at all services.

· Attendees are encouraged to wear their own Yarmulka & Talis.

· A Machzor will be supplied for you at your chair. The Machzors will be replaced and sanitized between services.

· Individuals are asked not to attend if they feel even slightly unwell (coughing or sniffling) or if you have been exposed to someone who is a possible COVID-19 carrier. Likewise, if anyone has any underlying health issues that put them at greater risk we ask thay you please stay home.