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Would You Like to Attend Our Worship Services In-Person?

As your spiritual home, we at Congregation Adat Reyim are committed to the implementation of coronavirus policies that we believe will keep you and our community as safe as possible. We follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), Fairfax County, as well as our own On-Site Activities Committee comprised of specialists in the fields of medicine, public health, and facilities/operations.

Fairfax County and all surrounding counties are at a LOW community level according to the new CDC metrics announced at the beginning of March 2022.  Effective Wednesday, March 16, 2022, wearing a mask will be optional for all areas of the synagogue with the following exceptions: Masks will be required in the building between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday – Friday and 9 a.m. – 12 noon Sundays. As the preschool encompasses the entire facility while in session, we are retaining mask restrictions while in session as young children are not yet eligible for vaccination. Upon receipt of any changes in guidance by the Virginia Department of Health and Fairfax County health department and following a thorough review of the operational implications, a communique will be sent directly to preschool families with any updates to masking policies.

In addition, those attending Adat Reyim programs throughout the community will also have the choice whether to wear a mask. Our outdoor areas will also be mask optional.

For those needing or desiring a mask-only environment, Room A (the Oneg Room) will be set up as an alternative mask-only seating area during services. 

We have also removed social distancing requirements in our building. 

Should we identify substantial increases in cases in our community, we reserve the right to reassess our policies and make changes as needed.

We thank you for your continued trust in and support of Congregation Adat Reyim as we evaluate and implement policies which align with science and changing community protocol.


Shabbat Ushers and Greeters Needed

Please consider volunteering on a Saturday/Shabbat morning to usher and greet our congregants during upcoming B'nai Mitzvah. Only one adult per family needs to volunteer for the date chosen.   Ushering is an honor! Ushers will assist guests to their seats as needed, distribute prayer books, and maintain decorum. Greeters will monitor front door access, welcome congregants and guests, and direct them to the sanctuary. Please sign up by clicking here. Thanks in advance! 


Prayer book downloads

We are no longer streaming the prayer book over Zoom during our service.  Instead, please download the PDF of the prayer book so you can follow along.

To view and download the PDF of the prayer books, please CLICK HERE

If you are a member, please login below.  You can register for the service after reading the Safety Procedures and answering the question about your vaccination status.

We welcome guests at our services, please contact to learn more

Please note: As our first concern is everyone's safety, we ask for your support of the following. 


  1. Attendance at all events will be limited.  Please make a reservation. 
  2. Vaccinated individuals are welcome to join us at indoor events.  Masks must be worn. Masks must cover your nose and mouth and not have exhale valves.
  3. Unvaccinated individuals are  welcome to join us at outdoor events. Masks must be worn by unvaccinated individuals. Masks must cover your nose and mouth and not have exhale valves.  
  4. Reservations are required for all events.  If we reach our capacity, you will be informed and can choose to be added to a wait list.  The total number of people attending will be displayed to you when you register for any event, so you can decide your own comfort level in attending. When making a reservation you will be asked for all of the names in your group, in the event that contact tracing should be required. 
  5. When entering the Synagogue, please be prepared to have your reservation confirmed by a greeter. Seating groups of 4 or 6 seats will have been spaced out throughout the Sanctuary. Please make the most efficient use of chairs for the size of your group. (For example, a group of 1, 2, 3 or 4 people would occupy a seating group consisting of 4 chairs). Please do not move any chairs - maintain the groups of 4 or 6 seats as you find them. Please plan to have  vaccinated children stay with you, and not wander throughout the building.  
  6. Books, kippot and tallitot used during the service will be available and should be left in specially designated areas at the conclusion of each service. Of course, you may bring your own.  We ask that you not leave your own items behind. 
  7. Restrooms will be open.  Water fountains have been turned off - please feel free to bring your own water container. We will not be serving our traditional Oneg refreshments at this time. We also ask that you do not congregate in the building adjacent to any Adat Reyim service or program. Chatting outside the building is fine
  8.  If you attend any programming or event at Adat Reyim and subsequently learn that you are COVID-19 positive, please notify immediately. 
  9. Rabbi Glazer plans to be at many events, and therefore assumes a significant health risk on behalf of our community. Out of respect for that situation, she looks forward to greeting you outdoors after any program or service, weather permitting. She will be masked, and requests you be masked as well. To avoid possible transmission between congregants, she also will not be shaking hands. 
  10. While we are working to minimize risk to the health and safety of this community, we are unable to eliminate all risk. Therefore, we ask that if you are in an ‘at-risk’ group, please consider joining events online or outdoors instead of coming in the building. Further, we ask that any person not feeling well, exhibiting a fever, or otherwise in a questionable situation should not join us in-person. By joining us in-person, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

We look forward to seeing you and appreciate your cooperation as we join together. Please contact with any questions. 

Covid Safety Questionnaire - Vaccination Status:  Once you answer this question, you will see the link to register in person.  Please note that your answer must apply to each participant in your reservation.
Thank you for your interest in joining us in person. Please Click Here to make your reservation for each event.

Thank you for your interest in joining us in person.  Unvaccinated individuals may only join us at an outdoor event. Please make a reservation for an outdoor event, or plan to join us by Zoom.

Click here to make a reservation

Please note: If you are observing Shiva or Yahrzeit and are unable to obtain a reservation please contact us at We will accommodate this important need. 

You can reserve your seats for each of the dates below. 

   06/04/21 - Friday Night Services - 28 of 30 Left
   06/05/21 - Saturday morning Services - 30 Open
   06/11/21 - Friday Night Services - 28 of 30 Left
   06/12/21 - Saturday morning Services - 5 of 30 Left
   06/18/21 - Friday Night Services - 30 Open
   06/19/21 - Saturday morning Services - 26 of 30 Left
   06/25/21 - Friday Night Services - 28 of 30 Left

If your desired date is fully booked, please choose the number of seats you want to be added to the waitlist below. 



Wed, May 18 2022 17 Iyyar 5782