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RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

Shanah Tovah! שנה טובה!

Religious school is in full gear and off to a great start! Teachers and students are all settled in!
On our first day we started a giant Moshe-ic (Mosaic) Menorah created with colorful cardstock decorated with our students artwork. We will be continuing this project throughout the school year until our giant menorah is complete.

Please make note that Sunday, October 13th Religious school will be starting in the afternoon at 4:00 pm to have our students decorate the Sukkah before we all join in for our Sukkot celebration at Temple starting at 6:00 pm with a Pot Luck dinner to follow! Please bring a kosher style dish to share!

CBI Religious School wishes everyone a Happy and Sweet New Year & Wonderful High Holidays!


Shalom,
Odelia Rios, Religious School Lead Teacher


YOM KIPPUR AFTERNOON PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

During the break between morning and afternoon services on Yom Kippur, Rabbi Roseman will lead a discussion on the topic  “YOU SHALL WALK ON YOUR WAY SAFELY….WHEN YOU LIE DOWN, YOU SHALL NOT BE AFRAID…BE NOT AFRAID OF SUDDEN FEAR…FOR GOD SHALL ENGENDER YOUR CONFIDENCE….” (Psalm 3:23-26)


In this time, when so much seems beyond our reach and the world appears to be spinning out of control, we risk feeling inadequate and diminished.  How do we handle our insecurities  and anxieties?  Can we find peace of mind in such a turbulent and chaotic situation?
Let’s talk about ways we have found to alleviate distress and find hope.


Remember what Franklin Delano Roosevelt famously said: “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.”
The program will begin at 2:00 P.M. in the Sanctuary on Wednesday, October 9.  
We look forward to your contributions to the discussion.


 HIGH HOLIDAY APPEAL


The High Holy Days are here. It is a time for introspection, healing and renewal.  It is also a time when more of us will gather together to pray than at any other time during the year.  Unfortunately, in this day and age, that is also cause for concern.  While there is no evidence of a threat, not even a whisper, we must prepare as if there was, and that is why we will have an armed off duty C.C.P.D. officer at the Temple during each service.  This is not enough.  Last spring, we hired a consultant to assess the physical security of the temple and make recommendations regarding upgrading our security.  Our consultant provided us with a 36 page report that included numerous recommendations on how to make our building safer.
  
The Board of Trustees has prioritized the following improvements to start the process:
Installing bollards at appropriate entrances,
Installing impact resistant film on our glass doors and windows,
Replacing several exterior doors and installing door jamming devices,
Updating our video surveillance system,
Hiring off duty C.C.P.D. officers for other events throughout the year, and training and providing non-lethal options to congregant 
        volunteers to assist with security.

These improvements are expensive, and we need your help to pay for them.  On behalf of your Board of Trustees, we are appealing to everyone to consider contributing towards the safety and security of our Congregation.  Last year our Congregation very generously responded to our request for funds and we hope each and every one of you can help us meet our goal for this year’s project.


YOM KIPPUR AFTERNOON PROGRAM ANNOUNCED


During the break between morning and afternoon services on Yom Kippur, Rabbi Roseman will lead a discussion on the topic  “YOU SHALL WALK ON YOUR WAY SAFELY….WHEN YOU LIE DOWN, YOU SHALL NOT BE AFRAID…BE NOT AFRAID OF SUDDEN FEAR…FOR GOD SHALL ENGENDER YOUR CONFIDENCE….” (Psalm 3:23-26)

In this time, when so much seems beyond our reach and the world appears to be spinning out of control, we risk feeling inadequate and diminished.  How do we handle our insecurities  and anxieties?  Can we find peace of mind in such a turbulent and chaotic situation?

Let’s talk about ways we have found to alleviate distress and find hope.

Remember what Franklin Delano Roosevelt famously said: “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.”

The program will begin at 2:00 P.M. in the Sanctuary on Wednesday, October 9.  
We look forward to your contributions to the discussion.


 

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JANUARY

Friday, January 3
Shabbat Service @ 6:30 pm
Saturday,  January 4
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am

Friday,  January 10
Shabbat Service @ 6:30 pm
Saturday, January 11
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am

Friday,  January 17
Shabbat Service @ 6:30 pm
Saturday, January 18
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am

Friday,  January 24
Shabbat Service @ 6:30 pm
Saturday,  January 25
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am

Friday,  January 31
Shabbat Service @ 6:30 pm 
Saturday,  February 1
Shabbat Service @ 9:00 am 


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