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CBI RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

Dear parents and students,

I am so happy to have you all back for another great school year! We have lots of fun and educational activities planned for this upcoming year.

On September 2nd from 10.00—10.30 you can register your child(ren) and there will be a parent orientation meeting from 10.30 -11.00. We will go over our policies, event calendar and classrooms.

On September 9th Hebrew and Religious school starts. Hebrew is from 9.00 am – 10.15 and religious school starts at 10.30 till 12.30 We start our school year wide a school-wide Rosh Hashana celebration and Activities. A small snack will be provided at school during a small break.

Because of the high holidays, September will be a month full of activities based on the holidays

We are all very excited to see you all soon.

L’ Shana Tova I wish you all a sweet and happy new year

Manuela Sela
Religious School Director.

SCHEDULE 

September 2nd
Hebrew and Religious School Registration 10.00 – 10.30
followed by parent orientation 10.30 – 11.00
September 9th
Hebrew 9.00 – 10.15 am
Religious School 10.30 – 12.30 (Rosh Hashana Celebration)
September 16th
Hebrew 9.00 – 10.15 am
Religious School 10.30 – 12.30
September 23rd
Hebrew 9.00 – 10.15 am
Religious School 10.30 – 12.30 (Sukkot Activities)
September 30th
Hebrew 9.00 – 10.15 am
Religious School 10.30 – 12.30


CBI SISTERHOOD

L’Shanah Tovah all,

Our Kickoff party at Ginger Café was a great success. Thank you to those who attended.

CBI Sisterhood had a great first meeting and membership applications have been mailed out. If you know a Jewish woman in your community invite her to our Sisterhood meetings and activities. If you haven’t sent your dues and registration forms, please do this as soon as possible.  
                                                                                                                                                            
During our Sisterhood meeting we’ve decided that we are going to close our sisterhood gift shop. We will open the gift shop during Food Fest. 

Our Rosh Hashana Oneg and Yom Kippur Break the Fast are being organized by great ladies. Thank you, Sal Loeb and Norma Levens! Let them know if you would like to bake or donate money to one of these events. We truly appreciate it.

This year Food Fest will be held on November 10 and 11. Organizing this great and successful food fest requires a lot of help from our CBI Congregants. In order to make this upcoming Food Fest another great success, please consider helping out in any way you can. For more information please contact Laura Hausman.

One of the components of the Food Fest is the Vintage Sale.  Please help us by donating your unwanted purses, costume jewelry or any vintage furs lingering in your or your friend’s closets.  Donations will be received in the CBI Office.  Another component of the Food Fest is the Wine Pull.  Please consider donating a bottle/s of wine valued at $20 or more. 

On behalf of the Congregation Beth Israel Sisterhood, we would like to wish you and your family L’Shanah  Tovah. May the year ahead be sweet and blessed for you and your loved ones.

B’Shalom
Manuela Sela
Sisterhood President.


SUKKOT

Join us for a celebration of Sukkot
on Sunday September 23rd
at 6.30 PM. 

We will begin with a Sukkot Service outside in our Sukkah followed by a kosher style potluck in the social hall.  


 SIMCHAT TORAH

 join us on riday night September 28th at 6.30
as we celebrate Simchat Torah. 

Services will be at 6.30 followed by oneg reception. 
Come ready to dance and sing as we parade and celebrate with the Torah and conclude and begin again the reading of the Torah portions.   


Adult Education Series

Save the Date! 

Tikun Olam (Fixing the world) is one of the most important ideas in modern Judaism. 
What does it mean and how its meaning develop through the  ages of Jewish thought and practice?

Join Rabbi Emanuel on Sunday, October 7, 14, and 21 at 11am to learn about what this idea means to Judaism and to you. 

 

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Religious Services

SEPTEMBER 

Saturday,  September 1
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am
SELICHOT SERVICE
Refreshments @7:30 pm,
Program @ 8:00 pm,
Service @ 9:00 pm

Friday,  September 7
Shabbat Service @ 6:30 pm

Saturday, September 8
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am

Sunday, September 9
See homepage for Rosh Hashanah Services

Monday, September 10
See homepage for Rosh Hashanah Services

Tuesday, September 11
See homepage for Rosh Hashanah Services

Friday, September 14
Shabbat Shuvah Service @ 6:30 pm

Saturday,  September 15
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am

Sunday,  September 16
See homepage for Kever Avot Memorial Services

Tuesday, September 18
Kol Nidre Services @ 7:15 pm

Wednesday, September 19
See homepage for Yom Kippur Services

Friday, September 21
Shabbat Service @ 6:30 pm

Saturday,  September 22
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am

Friday,  September 28
Family Shabbat Service @ 6:30pm

Saturday,  September  29
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am


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