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At the advice of our Covid-19 physician’s committee, EBJC will be instituting a vaccine mandate beginning Friday, November 5th, 2021. All congregants 18 years of age and older will be required to show proof of being fully vaccinated before attending any in-person services, meetings, or events. This mandate will enable us safely to hold in-person indoor Shabbat morning Kiddush as well as programs with meals. Currently, masks will still always be required inside the building except while eating.  Although vaccinations are not required for our youth, we strongly encourage our parents to have their eligible children vaccinated. Please note that most Conservative congregations in New Jersey have instituted vaccine mandates. For purposes of this mandate, “fully vaccinated” means having two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Booster doses are not part of this requirement.

We ask all members who wish to attend an in-person service or event to scan and upload their vaccination card below or email a copy of their vaccine card to Those who have not previously sent in their proof of vaccination must show their proof of vaccination at the time of entering the synagogue. Copies of vaccines on cell phones are acceptable during the week, but on Shabbat, the actual vaccine card must be shown.  

Robert Salston, MD FAAP
Co-President, EBJC
Chair of the Covid-19 Committee

Please Complete Form for Proof of Vaccination


Sun, May 29 2022 28 Iyyar 5782