Coronavirus Updates

To continue to flatten the curve of COVID-19 outbreaks, and ensure the safety of our community, we plan to re-open the building to in-person Shabbat and Daily Minyan services on August 7, 2020.

As with our local and state governments’ plans, B’nai Jehudah’s re-opening plan depends on continued progress in reducing the spread of COVID-19.

While Johnson County has good news regarding hospitalizations and deaths – with both numbers remaining relatively small and flat, the number of new cases in our area is rising. Based on our commitment to guide our actions by the direction of these metrics, we believe that a continued abundance of caution is called for at this time.

When we come back into the building for in-person activities and services, we will follow strict guidelines to keep all of us as safe and healthy as possible. During the week of July 26, we will send a note to everyone outlining those guidelines and procedures.

For now, individuals are able to come into the building for appointment-only one-on-one meetings with staff. We are limiting access to our building at least until August 7, to assure the well-being of our staff.

For now – and until at least through August 6 – Daily Minyan and Shabbat services will continue to be virtual only.

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Staying in Touch

If you know someone in the  congregation who is not receiving our email messages, please ask them to provide it by:

This will enable us to remain in contact with everyone.

In case of emergency, please call this emergency line: 913-232-2661. One of our rabbis will return your call immediately. For non-emergent needs, please call 913-663-4050, or email individual staff members.

We will continue to communicate with you via email and social media. Please remain safe and we will see you in our virtual community over the next number of weeks.

Rose Hill Cemetery Updates

Rose Hill Cemetery, which is owned and operated by The Temple, Congregation B’nai Jehudah, is once again open. While in the cemetery, please protect yourself and others by social distancing at all times, wearing a face mask, and wearing gloves and using hand sanitizer if you touch any surfaces.
 
Note: Louis Memorial Chapel helps facilitate funerals at Rose Hill, but is not involved with the operations of the cemetery. 

Virtual Access Information

Click here to view our calendar, or read on for more information about our virtual events.