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SHABBAT SERVICES
We are thrilled to announce that we are finally returning to our building and, more importantly, we will be able to be with one another in person for the first time in well over a year! We are so eager to welcome you back to our synagogue and to be together again.
 
A few weeks ago, we began holding services Friday nights and Saturday mornings in person in the sanctuary.Seats are marked off so that we can observe appropriate physical distances, and children will need to remain with their parents and will not be free to roam the building. We ask that anyone who is not feeling well, regardless of symptoms or vaccination status, please stay home.
 
We want to reiterate that mask wearing is for the protection of everyone. Even if you are vaccinated, you still need to wear a mask. Although your vaccination status may change how you socialize in small groups, it does not impact larger gatherings in public places or businesses. Our tent — Ohel Ya’akov — will return later in the spring and we will resume services there as soon as it is warm enough. Services will continue to be accessible by Zoom and Live stream for those who are not yet comfortable to venture out.
 
For more information about the building reopening, including weekday services and meetings, click here for the letter that was sent out.
 
We hope to see you soon.

Events

 

 

 

 

Thursday, May 6 at 7 PM on Zoom

Anti-Racism Study Group

We invite all of CBJ to a Zoom “watch party” of 2 short videos about racism in how we define who is Jewish. One features Ilana Kaufman, CEO of the organization “Jews of Color” and the other is with Rabbi Angela Buchdahl of Central Synagogue in NYC.

We plan to watch them together on zoom starting at 7pm and then discuss them as a group.

Here are links to the videos:
https://www.myjewishlearning.com/eli-talks/who-counts-race-and-the-jewish-future/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS0m_FWaOiU

Zoom link for group discussion
Meeting ID: 814 2435 3501
Password: RIMMON

Saturday, May 15 • 8:30 am
Shabbat Morning Walk
Join Rabbi Shapiro for a thoughtful, prayerful, meditative walk in the woods. We will meet at our usual spot, the entrance to the Blue Trail, behind the church in Woodbridge Town Center. Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress warmly. Hope to see you there!
Weather permitting. Health recommendations permitting.

 

 

Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 7pm on Zoom
An Interview on his Books, Inspired by his Exceptional Life

Dr. Siegfried Kra

More information

Sat, May 8 2021 26 Iyyar 5781