A Special Musical Event with Cindy Paley, Yiddish song leader and Jewish music educator. Presented by Rabbi Greg and the Adult Education Committee, on Zoom. (Link is not yet available, but save the date!)
If you are struggling to see beyond the pandemic, join us for this conversation. Scott Fried discusses the lessons he learned in his HIV/AIDS support group and will explore ways to live in the present but still plan for an uncertain future, filled with unlimited purpose. Together, we will learn what it means to be […]
This is an interfaith meditation group rooted in mindfulness practice and teachings of wisdom and compassion. Rabbi Seth Castleman leads the group. Open to all: people of all faith traditions and people of no faith tradition, dedicated practitioners and people new to meditation. All group activities are free; donations are welcome, but not required.
Join us on this journey for middle school students and their parents as we support them in finding hope, strength, beauty and healing during challenging situations. We will celebrate the importance of friendship, finding our voice, and celebrating our uniqueness. Scott Fried is a teen educator, international award winning speaker, and writer. Scott is the […]
How can we show up for our teens and convey that we are here even if we don’t know how to answer their questions? We will also focus on the importance of self-care as adults. Parents, give yourself this hour with Scott Fried to listen, learn, and grow alongside other teen parents. Scott Fried is […]
Begin the day with our Religious School morning service and then plan to drive by Bet Haverim for a chance to receive in person (from a safe distance!) greetings from CBH clergy,staff and the Partnership Committee and pick up a special High Holy Day gift box with many surprises. Special thanks to Josh Zeldner for […]
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