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The High Holy Days At CBS

CBS looks forward to sharing the High Holy Days with you this fall. The High Holy Days provide us with an unparalleled opportunity to take stock and reconnect with our deeper selves. Importantly, the spiritual drama and possibility of the “Days of Awe” are matched by the pleasure of spending time with so many friends, […] http://bethsholomsf.org/the-high-holy-days-at-cbs-2/ Continue Reading...

Hardly Strictly Selichot Unplugged Recap

Almost two hundred people visited the CBS campus this past Saturday evening to mark our entrance into the final days of preparation for the Yamim Noraim (“the Days of Awe”). A joint production of CBS, the Mission Minyan, and The Kitchen, Hardly Strictly Selichot Unplugged made for a special night (and early morning!) – deeply […] http://bethsholomsf.org/hardly-strictly-selichot-unplugged-recap/ Continue Reading...

The High Holy Days At CBS

The “Days of Awe” are almost upon us – again! As another year draws to a close, we look forward to the next. We also look forward to sharing the High Holy Days with you this October! No matter how “late” they may seem this year, the High Holy Days are always a good time […] http://bethsholomsf.org/the-high-holy-days-at-cbs/ Continue Reading...

Hardly Strictly Selichot Unplugged

Hardly Strictly Selichot Unplugged A Communal Soul-singing Experience Congregation Beth Sholom, the Mission Minyan, and the Kitchen co-present a communal Selichot experience like none other. September 24, 2016 9 – 11 p.m., Fire on the Water short film screening & forum 11 – 11:30 p.m., Coffee, dessert, & schmooze 11:30 p.m. – 1:30 a.m., Hardly […] http://bethsholomsf.org/hardly-strictly-selichot-unplugged/ Continue Reading...

Makor Or High Holidays Intensive

It’s time to register for the Makor Or High Holidays Intensive at CBS! The High Holy Days (or High Holidays) mark the most intense period of the Jewish sacred year. Beginning with the month of Elul, we spend six weeks in preparation, prayer, meditation, reflection, and repentance (teshuvah, return) as we re-tune ourselves to our spiritual lives, pausing […] http://bethsholomsf.org/makor-or-high-holidays-intensive/ Continue Reading...