We are seeking Shabbat Greeters! Shabbat greeters welcome people to Shabbat morning services. Greeters can choose the frequency with which they are scheduled and we can team you up with a regular greeter the first time you serve. If you are interested or would like more information, contact Oliver at email@example.com. We are currently in need of greeters for April 20th, April 27th, and May onward!
SAVE THE DATE!
Monday, April 22, 5:30pm: Counting the Omer Class
Join us in a seven week class exploring the counting of the omer, an ancient grain offering, as we mark the passage of time between Pesach and Shavuot. This season we will study from Perkei Avot, the traditional text for this time of year. We will also explore the book Omer: A Counting by Rabbi Karyn D. Kedar. As a part of the program, our class we will be making mandalas and enjoying delicious snacks and meals. Classes will travel between participants homes and temples in various communities. The first meeting will be at 95 Main Street in Hoosick Falls, NY on Monday, April 22 at 5:30pm, at which time a schedule will be created based on desire to host and availability. Please contact Jen Burt at (518) 308-9535 or Andrea Kolbe at (802) 681-5239 with any questions or to join.
Great news! Thanks to the generosity of the CBI community, Chris Kelly's matching challenge for Beside Still Waters: A Journey of Comfort and Renewal has been completed! Thank you again to Chris for her immense generosity. If others in the community are interested in offering a similar matching challenge now that this one has concluded, please let us know by contacting the office.
We continue to invite you to donate toward the purchase of copies for CBI at $12.60 a piece, which you can dedicate in memory of someone.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know how many copies you would like to donate and we'll make the necessary arrangements. For full information, click here.
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Donations of dry and canned foods for the Berkshire Food Project – as well as toiletries for the Louison House and the Elizabeth Freeman Center – can be left in the shopping cart in our cloak room. Please also consider supporting MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger with a donation.
*480 lbs of food was donated during the High Holidays at CBI.
9:30am: Shabbat Service
11:15am: Kiddush & Torah Study