Services are casual - in atmosphere and dress- and appropriate for all ages.  

Our prayerbook provides English transliteration for the Hebrew prayers, and English translations and readings bring home their contemporary significance.  (If you'd like to get better acquainted with the Hebrew and the melodies, recordings are available here.)  

Check out our upcoming Shabbat activities below.  

Shabbat This Month

Music Shabbat, Friday, February 2, 7:30 pm

Join the CBH Singers, cantorial soloist Steve Wetter, and Rabbi Orden in song.  Fun and meaningful service for the whole family.  

Shabbat Morning Service, February 3, 9:30 am

We're making Saturday morning services a monthly Shabbat habit.  Build our Saturday kehillah (community) and join us in torah study and prayer led by Rabbi Orden and Steve Wetter.  Stay after for oneg and togetherness.

Jewish Men and the #MeToo Moment, February 9, 7:30 pm

This month's Social Justice Shabbat examines the responsibilities and expectations that fall on men's shoulders specifically because they're Jewish.  Rabbi Orden and Jim Schachter will lead a discussion about how we're raising our children and why so many of the bad actors seem to be...Jewish.

Shabbat B'Yachad/Togetherness Shabbat, February 16, 6:30 pm

We start with a potluck supper at 6:30 pm, followed by a service guaranteed to last no more than an hour.  Bring the whole family.

For supper, if your last name begins A-G, bring a salad; H-O, bring a side dish; P-Z, a main course.  The meal is dairy/pareve (i.e., no meat or chicken).

Traditional Shabbat, February 23rd, 7:30 pm

Join Rabbi Orden and lay cantor Steve Wetter in a warm and intimate service with time to lift our voices in prayer and song, reflect on the past week, and connect with others in our community.

Fri, February 23 2018 8 Adar 5778