Today is October 26, 2020 -
Thank you to everyone who participated in the past CBI Cares cooking nights!
Future dates will be coming soon
CBI Cares Thanks Kiddush Sponsors and Shoppers
Saturday morning services are the backbone and lifeblood of our synagogue. There is a group of loyal attendees every week joined by a changing group of other congregants and friends. At the end of every week’s services, there is a Kiddush, both for nourishment and socializing.
You might be interested to know who takes care of providing the Kiddush. Early this summer CBI Cares took on the responsibility of seeking sponsors for each Saturday morning’s Kiddush. The response has been overwhelmingly positive! Thank you to all of the Kiddush sponsors (whose names are mentioned elsewhere in this bulletin) for their generosity and support.
CBI needs Kiddush sponsors throughout the year. If you would like to sponsor a Kiddush for any event including a Yahrzeit, birthday, anniversary, graduation, etc., or just to support your synagogue, please email CBICares@BethIsraelMv.org or Amy Sherr in the office (978-474-0540 or office@BethIsraelMV.org). If we have a date that needs a sponsor and you are asked if you would consider sponsoring a Kiddush, please say ‘yes’! We provide guidelines for what food is at a typical Kiddush if you need them. We will even do the shopping for you if you are unable (see below).
Thank you to all CBI congregants and friends for continuing to make CBI a very caring community!
Barbara Moverman and Susan Nelhaus, CBI Cares – co-chairs
What makes CBI so special is our wonderful, caring community. The CBI Cares Committee invites each of you to participate in our compassionate congregation in a very real way by becoming a CBI Mitzvah Mensch. What is a CBI Mitzvah Mensch? A CBI Mitzvah Mensch is someone who performs a deed of loving kindness for someone in the CBI community.
What a CBI Mitzvah Mensch can do:
* Cook/pick up a mitzvah meal for someone recovering from illness/surgery
* Cook/pick up a mitzvah meal for a family sitting shiva
* Deliver a mitzvah meal
* Call or visit someone who is recovering from illness or surgery
* Call or visit someone who would enjoy some company
*Provide transportation for someone in need
* Help celebrate our congregants’ simchas
If you are in need of this kind of support from your CBI community, please contact the CBI Cares Committee at CBICares@BethIsraelMV.org or call Amy at the CBI office (978-474-0540).