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Support CBS Friday Night Lights!

Our sanctuary is an amazing space with its simple tranquility, natural light and openness complemented by the bursts of color from the ark doors. However, our ritual moments are a hodgepodge of non-matching, not in great shape ritual items. And,  in the sanctuary lobby, underneath a beautiful set of festival quilts that were gifted to us, is a bookshelf in need of replacement. We are also noticeably missing a bin for Kippot, and a rack for our Tallitot.

Help us invest in a set of ritual items, bookshelves and ritual item displays to make the foyer just outside the sanctuary as breathtaking as the sanctuary itself. We are calling the campaign "Friday Night Lights", and you can donate to this effort 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

CBS Cares and the legacy of Anita Backer

At the beginning of May, our congregation mourned the passing of one of our founding members, Anita Backer. Just a few weeks earlier, at our 40th anniversary celebratory Shabbat in mid-March, Anita stood front and center, next to Rabbi Debra Hachen, and other founding members who stood beneath a chuppah we created from a tallit that had been commissioned for our congregation (and made with them) by Nancy Katz.

Rabbi Eiduson

A Message from Rabbi Eiduson

I am often asked – “so with no students around, what do you do all summer?”  The answer: “Get ready for September!”  We are preparing for the coming school year, designing new curriculum, hiring faculty, meeting with teachers, cleaning out the classrooms and restocking for the fall, updating registration and planning every detail for the coming school year.

Temple President

A Message from Rob

Last year at this time I shared a few thoughts with you in the temple bulletin as “President-Elect.” In the hours, days, weeks, and months after the annual meeting when I officially became President of B’nai Shalom, many of our members reached out to me or took me aside to tell me, “it’s a tough job.” That made me a little nervous. However, almost all of the “tough job” comments were followed by “how can I help?” or “how can I get involved?” and that has made the job of President much easier than I thought it would be.

Sun, June 16 2019 13 Sivan 5779