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Pie in the Sky - Join the CBS Team!

We are back again to help Community Servings’ and their annual Pie in the Sky Thanksgiving bake sale. Community Servings prepares and delivers 650,000 medically tailored meals annually to critically and chronically ill individuals and their families.

We can make a bigger impact as a team. Which is why we are inviting YOU to help sell delicious apple, pecan, pumpkin, and sweet potato pies this year for Thanksgiving. Each $30 pie we sell provides a week’s worth of nutritious meals for a critically ill neighbor in need.

So what are you waiting for? Please Join the Congregation B’nai Shalom Team at this link: and don’t forget to join the team of “Congregation B’nai Shalom”. If you would like to support one of the team members and purchase a pie, then please use this link: -

TSOYBER (Magic!) An Evening of International Music with Susan Leviton and Lauren Brody. Saturday, Dec 8, 7pm.

As part of our 40th Anniversary celebrations, we welcome guest Artist-in-Residence, Susan Leviton, along with Lauren Brody for a special night of world music. Join them on a musical magic carpet ride as they present songs and instrumental music in Yiddish, Judeo-Spanish, Russian, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian and English with audience participation! GET YOUR TICKETS HERE

Also, for members only, join our Artist-in-Residence, Susan Leviton, for a fascinating exploration of Judaic arts and paper-cutting, with a hands-on workshop on Sunday, Dec 9, 5pm. A max of 40 people can take this workshop. SIGN UP HERE

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!





Rabbi Gurevitz

A Message from Rabbi Gurevitz

Last month, members of our congregation were in pain. When I sent out a message to the congregation via email to reach out to those in the congregation who might be re-experiencing their own deep pain after watching the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford before the Senate Judicial committee, a number of people responded, both in private communications and in person. I know that there are even more in the congregation than those I connected with. Know that I am always available to those that need a confidential space to speak with me.

Rabbi Eiduson

A Message from Rabbi Eiduson

The dictionary defines the verb “to consecrate” as “to devote or dedicate to some purpose.” Our consecration service serves to consecrate our children to the purpose of their Jewish education, and to dedicate the rest of us to our obligation of guaranteeing that our children are provided with an appropriate Jewish education. The dictionary also defines “consecrate” as “to make or declare sacred.” Surely, the start of a child’s Jewish education marks the beginning of something sacred.

Temple President

A Message from Rob

As we head toward Thanksgiving, with the lights of Hanukkah not far behind, it’s a good time to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for. It’s also a good time to think about how we can bring more light into our communities. Tikkun olam, the act of repairing the world, holds a central place in Reform Judaism. We are bringing that concept home to Congregation B’nai Shalom this year with the Brit Olam Initiative

Mon, November 12 2018 4 Kislev 5779