COVID-19 Pandemic Updates

Building protocol has recently been implemented due to COVID-19. The building is still closed and will remain this way until it is safer to reopen. Please follow the following guidelines should you have to come to BCC for a specific reason:

  • – A mask must be worn at all times when inside BCC.
  • – When entering the building, please sign in on the sheet provided by the front and/or back door. We need to keep track of visitors for contact tracing purposes.
  • – Please continue to use social distancing and stand 6′ away from others.
  • – Bathroom access has been limited to the following in efforts to reduce the spread and sharing of communal germs:
    • – Staff bathroom by the offices – Cantor Juval/Rabbi Jillian Only
    • – 1 Lobby Bathroom – Tim Only
    • – 1 Lobby Bathroom – Erin Only
    • – 1 Lobby Bathroom – Visitors & Vendors Only (including any board member or congregant)
  • – Please wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water after using the restroom.
  • – Most importantly – if you feel sick or display any symptoms of COVID-19, please do not visit the building.

Thank you in advance for working with us to ensure everyone is safe and remains healthy!

COVID-19 Task Force

BCC has established a COVID-19 Task Force to stay updated on news and information during the pandemic and construct a plan for reopening the synagogue. Check back for frequent updates and resources.

COVID-19 Task Force Members

  • Marsha Epstein
  • Maggie Parkhurst
  • Devorah Servi
  • Diana Munoz
  • Erin Katz
  • James Sutherland
  • Jessica Donath
  • Les Zendle
  • Cantor Juval Porat

COVID-19 Resources & Important Information

Los Angeles County Information

LA County Public Health COVID-19 Case Data (updates daily)

LA Times Article – Reopening Los Angeles

CDC Face Mask Guidelines

LA Times Article – Coronavirus Case Tracking

OSHA Coronavirus Information

COVID-19 Testing / Antibodies Testing

Daily Breeze Antibodies Testing Article

Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) Resources

COVID Resources for Congregations