Out of respect for Shabbat, and according to Scripture, we request everyone dress modestly. No mini-skirts, tank tops, shorts, or flip flops.
Some men wear a kippah or yarmulke (head cover) and some may wear a tallit (prayer shawl) with tzizit (fringes), as a reminder described in Numbers 15:37-41 to observe G-d's mitzvoth (commandments). Tzizit and Tallit worn by men should be in keeping with acceptable Jewish customs. The tradition is that women are exempt from wearing a tallit or tzizit. No one is forced to wear a tallit or a kippah; however, we do have some in the lobby that visiting men can wear during the service, if they choose.