We are committed to making NSP as accessible and inclusive for all who wish to participate. This includes people who are disabled, chronically ill, neurodivergent, D/deaf, hard of hearing, blind or low vision, have scent-sensitivities, or who have any other kind of disability.

ASL interpretation is available for all NSP events, either by default or upon request. NSP provides ASL interpretation as a default at all Friday evening adult Shabbat services and large community events. For smaller events or team meetings, havdallah, or Saturday morning services, attendees can request ASL interpretation when they register, or by contacting access@newsynagogueproject.org, ideally at least 72 hours in advance (but we will work to accommodate last minute requests as best as we’re able!). Specific access information will be included on all event registrations, but if you have any questions, email access@newsynagogueproject.org.

CART captioning is available on request, and automatic captioning is available for all Zoom events. Please email access@newsynagogueproject.org with any questions about accessibility!

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