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At-Home Scavenger Hunt:  How many of these household items and Jewish artifacts can you find?

1. A piece of jewelry with a Jewish star, a Chai, or a Hamsa

2. A Jewish book with the first letter of your name in the title

3. Shabbat candlesticks

4. Artwork with a Jewish theme

5. Mezuzah

6. A Song for Passover

7. A Chanukah song

8. Something with Hebrew Letters

9. Picture of someone you love

10. Haggadah

11. Menorah

12. Stuffed animal

13. Deck of cards

14. A picture of a Sukkah

15. A picture of Israel’s flag

16. Kiddush cup

17. Siddur

18. Havdalah candle

19. Shabbat candles

20. A recipe for a Jewish food

Religious School: Why CBH Kids and Their Families Love It

Active learning – We learn by doing: making things, going places, singing, writing, talking. Our kids feel the happiness and pride of being Jewish and part of a community that cares about them.

Convenience – Classes for grades K-7 are once a week on Saturday mornings.  Starting in fourth grade, individual Hebrew instruction in person or via skype, scheduled around your life.

Loving teachers, rabbi, and administrator, who appreciate your kids for who they are and accommodate their needs..

New Members - First Child Attends Free for First Year!

Call 908-277-0200 or email to get more information or arrange a visit.

Personalized Bar/Bat Mitzvah                                   Engaged Teens

At CBH, b’nai mitzvah are joyous occasions for the children, the families, and the whole congregation. 

Our warm, easy-to-talk-to rabbi and caring education director work with each kid to create a personal and very meaningful experience he or she will be proud of and remember forever.

Emphasizing social justice and involvement in the community, our confirmation program for  teenagers fosters Jewish identity on a mature level.  

Our kids also participate in BBYO, a pluralistic national youth group that gives Jewish teens a chance to socialize in fun, meaningful, and affordable activities.  The local chapter meets at CBH.

The Five Senses of Judaism

A free series for children age five and under. Through fun activities that engage each of the senses, plus music and "me" time with the rabbi, children learn about Jewish holidays and heritage.

Schedule of topics: 

October 26: Shabbat

December 14: Hannukah

February 8: Tu B'Shevat

March 14: Purim

April 25: The Land of Israel

Come to one or come to all. Register here.

CBH is a safe place for children, no matter their gender identity or sexual orientation, learning differences, previous Jewish education, or any other factor.  

Parents of LGBTQ children may also be interested in our non-denominational Cafe Q program which is open to all LGBTQ middle-schoolers and teens, whether they are CBH members or not.

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