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School Opens Soon!

Sunday Religious School Begins on Sunday, September 23! Chai School Begins on Tuesday, October 2!

For More Information

K - 6    CLICK HERE!
7 - 12    CLICK HERE!


Introduction to Judaism Course begins October 11

This course is for all who wish to learn more about Judaism, or get a refresher on the basics. It is for Jews and non-Jews. The course can provide a foundation for those interested in conversion to Judaism, when accompanied with additional learning and practice as determined with your sponsoring rabbi.

LEARN MORE HERE


HIGH HOLY DAY SERMONS FROM 5779 NOW ONLINE HERE

All of this year's High Holy Day sermons delivered by Rabbi Gurevitz and Rabbi Eiduson are now available for viewing online. Additionally, you can revisit all of this year's High Holy Day sanctuary services on our Livestream archive.


Sign up for one of our Social Groups! 

 We have lots of groups for people with lots of varied interests. Maybe you’re new to the area… or maybe you already have friends to watch a movie with, but are looking for people to go on day trips or to dinner with. It’s easy to find others with a common interest when you are part of a big community. CBS Social Groups are interest groups where anyone can suggest or plan a gathering and invite others who have expressed similar interests through our CBS social club emails. Check out the list and sign up here!

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Simchat Torah!
Sunday, September 30, 2018
5:00 PM

Join us for a very special, joyful end to the High Holy Day season and start of our congregation's 40th Anniversary! The service will be filled with music and a very special Torah passing "l'dor vador" - "from generation to generation" involving everyone present. Our Klezmer band will play, we will sing and dance, and the celebrations will end with a dessert Festival Oneg for all. Because of the special nature of the evening's ritual, and the food being provided, we ask all planning to attend to RSVP HERE to enable us to set up the event and provide for all accordingly.

Messages

Rabbi Gurevitz

A Message from Rabbi Gurevitz

This year, time is of the essence as, along with the political candidate choices we will make at the ballot box on November 6, there will be a number of ballot initiatives that are specific to Massachusetts. Initiative 3 requires our urgent attention because it has an impact on the everyday lives of our fellow citizens. 

Rabbi Eiduson

A Message from Rabbi Eiduson

We are so excited to welcome you all back to our Eitz Chayim Sunday Religious School program. The first regular day of Eitz Chayim Sunday classes for all students in grades Kindergarten – 5 is Sunday, September 23. Classes meet from 8:30 am – 11:30 am..

Temple President

A Message from Rob

I look forward to seeing all of you on the High Holy Days. The fall is a very busy season at Congregation B’nai Shalom with the High Holy Days, the beginning of religious school, and the annual starts to many of our clubs, committees, and activities. Please check the website and reach out to us if you have questions.

Tue, September 25 2018 16 Tishrei 5779