About TABI | COVID-19 Re-opening Guidelines

High Holy Days | Religious School

TABI returns to virtual services starting July 24

TABI leadership continues to monitor COVID-19 data and information from the URJ, CDC, Indiana Department of Health, and the local governments. The number of cases has been rising in Indiana and the immediate region resulting in slowing down the reopening of the State and mandating masks.

Since our top priority continues to be the health and safety of all, we have decided to return to virtual services for the next two weekends (July 24/25 and July 31/Aug 1). Please check your weekly TABI Upcoming Events emails for Livestream information.

Pikuach Nefesh - "saving a life," is the most important Jewish value. Our sacred texts teach that we can forego almost any commandments or prohibition in order to preserve life.

High Holy Days

We cannot yet tell you what the holidays will look like at TABI. We are hopeful that we will be able to offer an in-person High Holy Day Service at TABI. Whether we will need to offer “multiple services” to keep numbers down or move into the social hall for larger space with more distance between chairs or move to a service that does not use books are all “options on the table.” It is too early to know. High Holy Day Services will certainly be “different” than they have been, but we assure you they will be meaningful and being able to physically gather will be celebrated.

Religious School

The safety of our children is paramount. Later in the summer, after we have more information from the EVSC and Warrick County School System, we will come up with a plan for the continued religious education of our children.