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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.)  

Check out our upcoming Shabbat activities below.  

Shabbat This Month

Music Shabbat, Friday April 6, 7:30 p.m.

SPECIAL INVITATION TO YOUNG FAMILIES (and everyone else) to join Rabbi Orden, Andy Kaplan and the CBH Singers for a service filled with music, spirit and friendship.

 

Shabbat Morning Service, Saturday April 7, 9:30 a.m.

CBH is hopping on Saturday mornings, and our monthly service is one more way to join the kehilah (community). Enjoy Torah study, prayer, and song. Stay after for oneg and togetherness. Casual Dress.

 

Domestic Violence: Causes, Consequences and a Culture to Prevent It, Friday April 13, 7:30 p.m.

After a brief Shabbat service, Dr. Michael Riemer, President of Spectrum 360 will tell us about how his organization helps autistic kids and their families.  (Next month, our own Ethan Solander, who participates in Spectrum 360's film program, will show the film he helped to make in Israel in March.)

 

Togetherness Shabbat Potluck, Friday April 20, 6:30 p.m.

It’s not just Shabbat. It’s Shabbat b’Yachad, Togetherness Shabbat. Potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m., followed by a service guaranteed to last no more than an hour at 7:30 p.m. Bring the whole family!

 

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

 

 

Fri, April 20 2018 5 Iyyar 5778