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Welcome to Congregation Beth Shalom, voted "Best Congregation of 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012", "Best Adult Education Program" and "Best Jewish Supplemental School" by the readers of the JT News.

We hope this site will be informative and useful for members of the community to come for information on a regular basis.   We also hope our site will be a resource for those in the greater community interested in exploring what CBS has to offer.

Please click here to see our interactive calendar of upcoming events and feel free to send us feedback so we can make appropriate updates to the site as needed.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, 8/4/15

7am - 7:45am
Minyan AM
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7pm - 8:30pm
Dining Room Learning
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Wednesday, 8/5/15

7am - 7:45am
Minyan AM
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Thursday, 8/6/15

7am - 8am
Minyan AM
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Friday, 8/7/15

7am - 7:45am
Minyan AM
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Saturday, 8/8/15

9:30am - 12:15pm
Shabbat Services
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View our Calendar of Events


  Tisha B'Av Schedule

Saturday, 7/25

8:52pm  Beginning of Fast (at sunset)

9:50pm  Shabbat Ends

10:00pm  Ma’ariv, Aicha and Lamentations:
by candlelight sitting on the Sanctuary floor, and  saying the blessing, Boreh meorei haesh.

Sunday, 7/26

9:30am Shacharit from 6:30pm Mincha: Torah reading,  Haftarah, Tallit & Tefillin with special Tisha B’Av Torah reading and Davening
(It is traditional to wear Tallit and Tefillin at Mincha,but not at Shacharit)


Sunday, 7/26

7:30pm Learning

8:00pm Singing

9:00 Ma’ariv and Havdalah

9:15 Break Fast

Tisha B’Av Customs:

The reason we are starting at the end of Shabbat  and not on the 9th is because one should not be grieving during Shabbat, so we start  at the end of Shabbat.   We end Shabbat by saying,
Baruch hamavdil bein kodesh l’chol.
During Tisha B’Av it is customary to not wear leather shoes, and not to bathe.
It is customary to not greet one another over Tisha B’Av.


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