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Due to the spread of the Omicron variant, registration is required for all in-person services. View a message from TI’s COVID Committee here.
Use these links to register for services: Kabbalat Shabbat | Shabbat Morning | Sunday Minyan

Shabbat Morning Services

Upcoming Sessions

1. Saturday, January 22, 2022 20 Shevat 5782

9:00 AM

2. Saturday, January 29, 2022 27 Shevat 5782

9:00 AM

3. Saturday, February 5, 2022 4 Adar I 5782

9:00 AM

4. Saturday, February 12, 2022 11 Adar I 5782

9:00 AM

5. Saturday, February 19, 2022 18 Adar I 5782

9:00 AM

6. Saturday, February 26, 2022 25 Adar I 5782

9:00 AM

7. Saturday, March 5, 2022 2 Adar II 5782

9:00 AM
Past Sessions
Saturday, January 15, 2022 13 Shevat 5782 - 9:00 AM
Saturday, January 8, 2022 6 Shevat 5782 - 9:00 AM
Saturday, January 1, 2022 28 Tevet 5782 - 9:00 AM

Shabbat Shalom


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Siddur Sim Shalom

Zoom meeting will open at 8:45 am
Services begin at 9:00 am

Register for all in-person services here.

Joining via Zoom? 

The same link is used for all services, so you can log in before sundown Friday and stay logged on for morning services. Learn how below.

Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 375 593 166
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         301-715-8592 US (Germantown)

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 Register for in person attendance

Thank you for registering for services. Please fill this form out for one person only.
If there is anyone else in your party, they must have a separate form completed so we can keep track of vaccination status.

If you are completing this form after 2:30 pm on Friday, please note the following:
If this is your first time providing proof of vaccination, you will need to bring your Vaccine Card with you to services in addition to completing this form.
- If you have already provided proof of vaccination either at previous services or via this form, disregard this notice. 


We will continue to hold Shabbat evening, Shabbat morning, and Sunday morning services in person in the Wolman Sanctuary. However, pre-registration and proof of vaccination will be required in order to attend services in person. This includes service leaders, greeters, shomrim, and anyone else with a role in services. Attendees must be vaccinated to the maximum extent available to them, meaning that if you’re eligible for a booster, you must provide proof of booster in order to attend.

Wearing a mask when inside the building continues to be required. This now applies to everyone, including services leaders, Torah and Haftarah chanters, and speakers.

And finally, if you are not feeling well or develop symptoms after you have registered to attend, or you have been exposed to someone who is infected since registering, please stay home. Get tested and, if you test positive, please don’t come to the synagogue for 14 days. (This is longer than the CDC recommendation in order to be extra careful.)

If you attend services and subsequently develop symptoms or find out you have been exposed to someone who is infected, please notify Rabbi Werbow right away. 

   January 8
   January 15 - MLK Weekend
   January 22
   January 29
   February 5
   February 12
   February 19
   February 26

Turn off automatic sleep mode, so that you don’t have to wake it up or re-enter password.

1. Make sure your device is plugged into power.

2. For iPhone/iPad, in settings, under "Display and Brightness", set "Auto-Lock"
to "Never."

3. For PC see

4. For Mac, in Control Panel, under “Desktop and Screen Saver,” change “Start After” to “Never.”


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