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  • Wednesday ,
    MarMarch  22 , 2023
    Liberation Text Study
    Wednesday, Mar 22nd 6:45p to 8:15p
    "In every generation, one should see oneself as if we ourselves have emerged from Egypt." Passover is the model for liberation. Rabbi Ilana will take us through a rabbinic text about Passover, liberation, and hope at times of uncertainty and hardship.


  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  26 , 2023
    Sisterhood: Creating Lively Seders

    Sunday, Mar 26th 2:00p to 4:00p
    Passover starts Wednesday night, April 5th. Looking for some good ideas to spice up your seder this year? Want some thoughtful ways to contribute as a guest? Searching for activities suitable for different generations? Connect w/ others in the Sisterhood as we share suggestions for memorable seders and engaging haggadot. Feel free to bring your favorite haggadah(ot) and/or your favorite charoset recipe.


  • Sunday ,
    MarMarch  26 , 2023
    Mutating Hate: What Adults Should Know About Our Youth’s Challenges in Today’s Antisemitic Environment

    Sunday, Mar 26th 3:00p to 5:00p
    Join us for a community-wide discussion of the origins of antisemitism and how it continues to mutate with Dr. Naya Lekht, Director of Education for Club Z. Learn how antisemitism expresses itself today, especially in our schools and popular culture. This program is geared towards parents of youth of all ages and other interested/concerned adults.


  • Wednesday ,
    MarMarch  29 , 2023
    How the Hagaddah Teaches us to Live With Purpose

    Wednesday, Mar 29th 6:45p to 8:15p
    As part of our series leading up to Passover, Rabbi Ezray will lead a class on living a life filled with purpose and the lessons we can learn from the Hagaddah and Mark Gerson's book, The Telling.


  • Thursday ,
    AprApril  6 , 2023
    CBJ Community Second Night Seder

    Thursday, Apr 6th 5:45p to 8:00p
    A night of story, study, and song, led by our clergy. A night of delicious gourmet kosher food and no dishes afterward! A night to reflect on our freedom, a night for the inter-generational Jewish community. Everyone is invited, appropriate for all ages and backgrounds Sell your chametz:


  • Wednesday ,
    AprApril  19 , 2023
    Women's Book Group

    Wednesday, Apr 19th 12:30p to 2:00p
    This month's book is The Hare with Amber Eyes by Edmund de Waal. The book discussion will be hosted at a member's home. Please call the office for an address.


  • Friday ,
    AprApril  21 , 2023
    Seeing Beyond the Words: Creative Responses to Sacred Texts - By Batya Dale

    Friday, Apr 21st 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


  • Sunday ,
    AprApril  23 , 2023
    Sisterhood Challah Making

    Sunday, Apr 23rd 2:30p to 4:30p
    Join with us as we make challah; the perfect event for beginners and those who are more advanced. This event is free and open to all CBJ members and prospective members. Please RSVP by April 16th.


  • Friday ,
    MayMay  5 , 2023
    Rockin' Shabbat & Oneg

    Friday, May 5th 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.


  • Saturday ,
    MayMay  6 , 2023
    Social Justice Meeting

    Shabbat, May 6th 12:45p to 1:45p
    Our community includes a range of views about the best path towards a more compassionate and safe society. The social justice group acts from a perspective that is not representative of our entire community but does resonate with many. If you would like to join this group in their fight for the dignity of low-income workers, stable housing, and immigrant rights, we will have a table set aside at kiddush lunch on Shabbat, January 21st. It will be an opportunity to share hopes and angers and fears and inspirations, and to come away inspired for action. For more information, contact Pamela Ehrlich or Linda Leeb or Rabbi Ilana.



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Today's Calendar

Morning Minyan (In Person and Zoom)
: 7:30am
Adult Bnai Mitzvah Class
: 5:30pm
Liberation Text Study
: 6:45pm

This week's Torah portion is Parshat Vayikra

Shabbat, Mar 25

Candle Lighting

Friday, Mar 24, 7:06pm

Rosh Chodesh Nisan

Thursday, Mar 23
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