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February Family First Friday (F3) Shabbat

The Education & Youth Department invites you to join us on Friday, Fevruary 1, 2019, for a family-oriented menorah lighting, Shabbat Service, and meal.

Shabbat service; 6:00 p.m.; CBH Sanctuary

Catered Dinner; 6:45 p.m.; CBH Social Hall

Teen Space Time; 7:30-8:00 p.m.; Teen Space Lounge

Enjoy the beauty of Shabbat with your friends at Congregation Bet Haverim. We'll start with a family-friendly service, led by Rabbi Greg Wolfe and Dan Tennenbaum. 

The food for our February F3 Shabbat will feature a pasta bar from Jennababe Catering and Jenni Brewster. The cost will be $12.00 per adult, $6.00 per child (ages 3 to 12), and children under three are free..  RSVP and payment for the dinner are required no later than Monday, January 28th.  Attendance will be capped by the Social Hall's dining capacity, and past F3s have sold out.

Additional Donations:

These programs, with the exception of the catered dinner, are offered as a gift to our community; however donations, dedicated to the Education & Youth Department are welcome. 

Please contact Ardyth Sokoler, Director of Education & Youth, at school@bethaverim.org for additional information about any of these programs.

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