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Shabbat Service Schedule

To view the Shabbat Service schedule, please log into your account and look under the About Us section.  If you don't have an account, and would like information on Shabbat Services, please email Roy HERE or call (208) 343-6601 ext 4.

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Donate to the CABI-Teens High Holiday Food Drive

Please contribute to our High Holidays food drive to support the Idaho Food Bank. Take what you would have eaten or spent on food for Yom Kippur and pass it along to someone else who needs it. You can bring your non-perishable foods or personal care items to the synagogue on or between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and leave it in the food bins (please, no glass).  You can also make a financial donation through their website, here.  Email teens@cabi-boise.org with any questions.

CABI-Teens Holiday Bake Sale

Support the CABI-Teens and add some sweetness to the high holiday season! 

Hello CABI! Your CABI-Teens have put together a bake sale for you to enjoy this high holiday season! Interested in apple cake, honey cake, challah, chocolate chip cookies, or brownies? Place your order using this form by Friday, September 23 and pick-up your order from 7:00-7:30 on Wednesday, September 28.  Not sure you want to pre-order?  Stop by on Wednesday the 23rd anyway and see what we have available.  All items have a suggested donation of $18; email teens@cabi-boise.org with any questions.  Come celebrate the holiday season with us!

Newish and Jewish Group

Are you Jewish but still feel ‘newish’? Are you a convert or considering conversion? Or maybe you are taking 10 years to convert, like me? Regardless, if you are ‘Newish and Jewish’, please join us on October 1st at 1:00 p.m. at Green Acres Food Truck Park to listen to free live music (The Moody Jews), play yard games, chat about your experiences and help other converts and Jews along the way.  Have questions?  Email Kate HERE.  Planning to attend?  Register HERE.

Reverse Tashlich 

What: Reverse Tashlich "Repair the Sea" Event 

When: October 2nd @ 11am

Meeting Place at 11am: Anne Frank Memorial on the Boise Greenbelt

Cleanup Location: Boise River near Julia Davis Park

Bring: Garbage bags will be provided. Consider bringing gloves and/or other tools.  

Have questions?  Email Adam HERE

Want to learn more about International Jewish Community Waterfront Cleanup? Click HERE.

Simcha Tree

Simcha!

How many times have you wanted to do something nice for a very special person but couldn't come up with the right idea?  What better way to recognize someone than a Simcha Leaf for our Simcha Tree?  You could publicly praise, laud, glorify, or just plain acknowledge a meritorious moment in their lives while contributing to the living legacy of our synagogue's survival! Wow! All in one small leaf for mankind! 

Please contact Roy Ledesma HERE, if you would like to order a Simcha Leaf.

Friendship Feast

On the 4th Thursday of nearly every month you will find dedicated CABI members helping out at Friendship Feast at the First Presbyterian Church on State Street in Boise. This month, it falls on Thursday, September 22th. We start at 4:15 and are cleaned up and gone by 6:00 p.m.
 

 

You can always make a donation HERE (in the TYPE drop-down menu choose “Friendship Feast-Feeding the Hungry”). You can sign-up to help and/or bring items HERE.

IMPORTANT: UPDATED COVID POLICY

The CABI Board of Trustees has adopted a new policy regarding the health and safety of our community. As of Wednesday, March 16, CABI will have returned to in-person activities. The current requirements are:

  • Proof of vaccination will no longer be required.
  • Masks are optional.
  • Masks are welcome anywhere on the CABI campus for anyone wishing to wear them.
  • Please do not attend any in-person events if you have a cough or cold or flu or COVID symptoms.
  • During periods when masks are optional, a mask only section is available in the sanctuary for those wishing to sit among only masked congregants. Masks are required in this section.

We are eager to see our CABI family in person again and encourage you to join us!  However, for those who want to view remotely, streaming of Shabbat services will continue for the time being.

This policy will be modified as needed by the Board of Trustees.

We hope to see you at Shabbat services!

B’Shalom,

The CABI Board of Trustees

Services will be livestreamed on CABI’s YouTube channel.

Sun, September 25 2022 29 Elul 5782