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  • Friday ,
    FebFebruary  3 , 2023
    Rockin' Shabbat & Oneg

    Friday, Feb 3rd 6:30p to 8:30p
    Join us for a fun and lively Kabbalat Shabbat service with live music and singing. Oneg to follow with sweet treats and desserts to follow, to enhance our joyful welcoming of Shabbat.


  • Sunday ,
    FebFebruary  5 , 2023
    Tree Planting at Palm Park

    Sunday, Feb 5th 9:00a to 11:45a
    Come plant trees with us!, a Redwood City nonprofit, will provide trees, gloves, helmets and tools. CBJ will provide bagels, muffins, coffee and a large water jug for filling your water bottle. Volunteers under 18 must bring a signed release form. Kids ages 14-16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.


  • Sunday ,
    FebFebruary  5 , 2023
    Invasive Species Removal at Stulsaft Park

    Sunday, Feb 5th 9:30a to 11:00a
    Did you know that invasive species, like the Ice Flower above, can cause harm to the ecological and environmental health of an ecosystem? Come help remove the species that are invading our local parks!


  • Friday ,
    FebFebruary  10 , 2023
    Seeing Beyond the Words: Creative Responses to Sacred Texts - By Batya Dale

    Friday, Feb 10th 10:00a to 12:00p
    Yitro: Exodus 18:1 - 20:23 Bring along your curiosity, your love of Torah, your creative spirit, and your favorite art supplies. No artistic skill is necessary - but you are very likely to go home with deeper insights, stronger connections with one another, and, a unique piece of religious art! RSVP to


  • Friday ,
    FebFebruary  24 , 2023
    Musical Kabbalat Shabbat

    Friday, Feb 24th 6:30p to 8:00p
    Come join us to celebrate Shabbat with song and joy. Michael Battat and our clergy will lead services with beautiful music!


  • Saturday ,
    FebFebruary  25 , 2023
    Speaker: “Making Peace with the Past: Conflict, Connection, and Controversy”

    Shabbat, Feb 25th (All day)
    How to let go yet remember, assign blame without guilt, repair what was broken, stop recycling the past, and create a future that works for all. Søren Kierkegaard reputedly said, “Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards.” Conflict in any human relationship is inevitable; resolving conflict is not. It’s all about communication. Or is it? Miriam Zimmerman will share with us on her experience dealing with these difficult topics.



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Morning Minyan (In Person and Zoom)
: 7:30am
Adult Bnai Mitzvah Class
: 5:30pm

This week's Torah portion is Parshat Beshalach

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