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Quick Links to Programs

Monday
3/1

8:45 am Mindful Moments
12 pm Lunch and Learn
6 pm Meditation & Chant
7:45 pm Ten Minute Minyan
8 pm An Evening with David Berkeley

Tuesday
3/2

8:45 am Mindful Moments
7:45 pm Ten Minute Minyan

Wednesday
3/3

8:45 am Mindful Moments with extended chant
7:45 pm Ten Minute Minyan

Thursday
3/4

8:45 am Mindful Moments
7:45 pm Ten Minute Minyan

Friday
2/26

8:45 am Mindful Moments
7 pm Unmuted: The Oh-So-Gay Purim Cabaret

Saturday
2/27

7:45 pm Ten Minute Minyan

Sunday
2/28
 

7:45 pm Ten Minute Minyan 

Prayerbooks & Other Resources

 

With gratitude to the Movement for Reconstructing Judaism, here are links to our Prayerbooks, Kol Haneshama: 

Oh-So-Gay Virtual Cabaret

7 pm on Friday, February 26

Come revel in CBH's prodigious creative energies with a Shabbat service and Purim celebration like no other, brought to you by new and veteran performers of the synagogue stage! Sit back and enjoy the show from the comfort of your private theater box on Zoom. From the sublime to the shmaltzy, the holy to the hilarious, this mostly tasteful, always captivating review of congregational talent is sure to delight and inspire you. Costumes are encouraged; pants are optional (unless you haven't been wearing any, in which case, go ahead and put some on!). 

Please be advised that this show is rated PG-13; those with children at home may wish to listen with headphones.  

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/565086132

If you would rather call in, call:
(646) 558-8656
Meeting ID: 565 086 132

Or watch live on our YouTube channel here

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

We are live streaming our services from Zoom onto our CBH YouTube Channel. This allows us to have a greater reach, reach potential members, and connect with more people. It is also more accessible for people who have challenges with Zoom. If you have concerns about privacy, know that you can decide not to share your camera on Zoom or you can engage with the service on YouTube. 

Friday Night Services

6:45 pm on Fridays 

On Friday, February 26, please join us at 7pm for the
Oh-So-Gay Purim Cabaret.  

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/565086132

If you would rather call in, call:
(646) 558-8656
Meeting ID: 565 086 132

Or watch live on our YouTube channel here

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

We are live streaming our services from Zoom onto our CBH YouTube Channel. This allows us to have a greater reach, reach potential members, and connect with more people. It is also more accessible for people who have challenges with Zoom. If you have concerns about privacy, know that you can decide not to share your camera on Zoom or you can engage with the service on YouTube. 

Mindful Moments

Weekdays at 8:45am 

Begin your day with focus and mindfulness.  On Wednesdays, Mindful Moments will have a 15 minute extended meditation session. All are welcome.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84305630948

Dial In: (646) 558-8656; Meeting ID 843 0563 0948

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

10 Minute Minyan

Saturday - Thursdays at 7:45pm 

End your day on a high note: join CBH for a 10 minute minyan.

Log in via Zoom: 

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/774957730?pwd=UGMzeVpTd1hOY1VOeEhnNWZ2N0J6UT09

Dial In: (646) 558-8656; Meeting ID  Passcode: 8y9LQY

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

 

Meditation & Chant

Monday,  March 1 at 6pm 

Join Gayanne Geurin and Elizabeth Cohen as they lead an online meditation and chanting session to help us ground ourselves in these stressful times. 

Join via Zoom at: 

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85200125954

 

 

If you would rather call in, call:
(646) 558-8656
Meeting ID: 852 0012 5954

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

Lunch and Learn

Mondays at 12 noon

Join Rabbi Pamela Gottfried as we examine classical and modern midrash (interpretations) related to the weekly Torah reading, and draw lessons from Jewish wisdom about how we can live and be our best selves today. All are welcome; no previous experience necessary.

Join us here via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82137478501?pwd=eWRqd0FsbW15bEUrM3k1Wk56aDVqUT09

If you would rather call in, call:
(646) 558-8656
Meeting ID: 821 3747 8501
Password: 242848

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

Board Meetings

Tuesday, February 23 at 5:30pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86728776314

If you would rather call in, call:
(646) 558-8656 (New York)

Meeting ID: 867 2877 6314
 

Or find your local call in number here 

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

Saturday Morning Torah Study

Saturday, March 6 at 10am

Shabbat Torah Study with Rabbi Gottfried
& Hafza Girdap

Add your voice to a lively discussion of the weekly portion, Parashat Ki Tissa and The Baby in the Bag, edited by Hafza Girdap. Hafza is the Executive Director and Spokesperson of Advocates of Silenced Turkey (AST), a non-profit organization based in the U.S. committed to bring to public attention human rights violation in Turkey, the founding member of Set Them Free, and an activist focusing on crimes against women and the ongoing tragedy in Turkey. Before moving to New York to pursue a PhD at Stony Brook University, Hafza taught "Sufism" and "Women's Rights are Human Rights"  courses at Emory University.

Everyone is welcome; no RSVP or previous Torah study experience necessary. We begin with blessings for the study of Torah and conclude with kaddish.

Join us here via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89063828476?pwd=bk1oM0ZFNUNvdW9mUmYxQXpDL0lvZz09

If you would rather call in, call:
(646) 558-8656
Meeting ID: 890 6382 8476
Passcode: 619082 

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

Shabbat Morning Services

Saturday, February 20 at 10am

Participatory Shabbat morning service that includes a prayer for healing for the sick and caregivers, a brief discussion of the weekly Torah portion, led by Rabbi Pamela Gottfried, and concludes with mourner’s kaddish. Everyone is welcome.

Join us here via Zoom:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84455073117?pwd=YXdzM25vU0Q2MXRtNHNXMUlTY29tdz09

If you would rather call in, call:
(646) 558-8656
Meeting ID: 844 5507 3117
Passcode: 822061
Download the Siddur for this service here.

If you are joining us through your phone or tablet and have difficulty joining via the link, please join us using the meeting ID above. 

An Evening with David Berkeley

Monday, March 1 at 8 pm

Spend a homey, musical evening with singer-songwriter David Berkeley in an exclusive Zoom concert especially for the Congregation Bet Haverim community. 

You may recognize David Berkeley as the writer of the environmental anthem “This Be Dear to Me,” recorded by the CBH chorus and strings for their latest album, Red Thread. A former Atlantan, he has also visited the congregation himself.

In this "house concert,” David will sing songs from his most recent album, Oh Quiet World, which he wrote and recorded in quarantine last year. Will Robertson, a good friend and frequent collaborator, produced and mixed Oh Quiet World. Will says, “David’s songs are a master class in poetry and melody, and his performances are by turns hilarious, thought-provoking, moving, and breathtaking.”  

This is an event not to miss.
Please support our music program and the making of Red Thread, in lieu of tickets:  Sliding scale $5-72

 

Join us here via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82035450727

 

Is Jewish Music Even A Thing? Lecture by Neal Zaslaw

Monday, March 15 at 7:30 pm

Over the millennia Jews have sung and played music on every continent, surrounded by or alongside innumerable cultures and languages. Unsurprisingly, therefore, Jews of various times and places have considered innumerable types of music to be, or to have become, theirs. Given the astounding diversity involved, can we define or explain the idea of “Jewish music”? If “Jewish music” refers to so many styles, is it even a meaningful category?

Neal Zaslaw grew up on Long Island, earned degrees from Harvard, Juilliard, and Columbia, played flute under Leopold Stokowski, and from 1970 until his retirement last December taught music history at Cornell University. His research focuses on 18th century classical music. A leading Mozart scholar (a New York Times profile once dubbed him “Mr. Mozart”), he oversaw the complete revision of the listing of Mozart’s works, The New Köchel, due out this year. Among his other tomes are one on Mozart symphonies and another tracing the early history of the orchestra. (Full bio here.) Neal is also the loving father of CBH’s Sarah Zaslaw, father-in-law to David Borthwick, and grandfather to Julia and Benjamin. He and his psychologist wife Ellen continue to live in Ithaca, New York.

Please support our music program and the making of Red Thread, in lieu of tickets:  Sliding scale $5-72

Join us here via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88219350088

 

Fri, February 26 2021 14 Adar 5781