CBHT Religious School

Newsletter - January 29, 2016

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This Sunday at noon ... It's Souper Bowl III!

Come one! Come all! Eat! Have fun! Celebrate our community and support our Religious School. Fifteen different delicious soups including soups from Gan Yeladim, Kitah Aleph, Kitah Dalet, and Kesher (and their classroom Bubbes!)


The class who buys the most tickets will get a pizza party courtesy of the Tikkun Olam Committee! Tickets can be purchased on Sunday morning or at the door on Sunday afternoon. Ticket prices below. See you there!

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More upcoming events!

  • Tu B'shevat Seders in classrooms this Sunday! Many thanks to Debbie Cooper for arranging all our seder plates!
  • Friday, February 5th - Religious School-led Shabbat service at 6:30 p.m. All classes are encouraged to attend and lead prayers. The D'var Torah will be offered by the students of Kitah Vav and the oneg will be offered by Kitah Vav parents!
  • Sunday February 7th - Kadima and Confirmation classes resume for teens at 12:15 p.m.

Many thanks to ...

Beverly Harris, Alice Cohen, Lana Waltzer, and Sharon Fahrer (our Super Souper Bowl Bubbes!) for helping us with our soups for the Souper Bowl!

Highlights from Sunday, January 10th

  • Gan Yeladim talked about Tu B'Shevat (the birthday of the trees!) We talked about what trees do to help us and what we can do to help the trees. We planted parsley seeds!
  • Kitah Aleph talked about the difference between tzedakah, mitzvah, and g'milut chasadim. We danced around the room to Rick Recht's song: That's what you do when you're a Jew! and then decorated our bulletin board with mitzvot!
  • Kitah Bet learned that the Torah tells us we were made in God's image. We talked about prayers of thanks to God. We made bird feeders from recycled containers and hung them on trees outside for Tu B'Shevat!
  • Tracy's Kitah Gimel reviewed and learned about rules and laws of the Torah and the importance of passing them on. The kids made bedside scrolls to include the teaching that they felt was most important and why (many of them chose more than one!)
  • Kesher worked on their MLK Shabbat service, which included artwork and poetry on the theme of social justice that they composed at a workshop with local poet and community activist, Tamiko Ambrose.

Shabbat Shalom! See you this Sunday, January 31st!