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SHABBAT

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.)  

Shabbat Schedule

Music Shabbat, First Friday, 7:30 pm

Rabbi Orden, Andy Kaplan and the CBH Singers lead a service filled with music, spirit and friendship.  Kids especially love this service.

Social Justice Shabbat, Second Friday, 7:30 pm

Shabbat service includes a discussion of an important social issue, often with fascinating guest speakers, and how CBHers can make a difference.  Watch calendar and events page for details.

Togetherness Shabbat (Shabbat B'Yachad) Supper, Third Friday,  6:30 pm

Potluck supper followed at 7:30 by a service guaranteed to last no longer than an hour.  Bring the whole family!  For the potluck, if your last name begins A-G, bring a side dish; H-O, bring a main course; P-Z, bring a salad. The meal is dairy/pareve, which means no meat or chicken.

Shabbat Evening Service, Fourth Friday, 7:30 pm

Observe Shabbat in community in this warm and intimate service

Shirley's Shabbat, Fifth Friday, 6:30 pm Potluck; 7:30 pm Service

In honor of beloved founding member Shirley Max, who loved Shabbat and strongly believed that food improved every occasion.

Shabbat Morning Services

At least once a month, a full Saturday morning Torah service is held.  Check calendar or events page for dates. 

Everyone is welcome at the 11:00 am family service held every Saturday Religious School is in session.  These short services are participative, fun, and stimulating for adults and children alike.

Sun, June 16 2019 13 Sivan 5779