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Family Israel Discovery Trip 2018

What happened on the Israel trip: Every day or so, a new adventure in Israel was sent back from the group so we could "be there with them".

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New Sacred Music Page

Check out the new Sacred Music page with new music to listen to from the Sacred Music Team, the Kol Simcha choir, and the High Holiday Ensemble photos of the Sacred Music Team members information ...

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Tikkun Olam Book Share

On June 4, 2018, Marty Mann presented books to the Pisgah View Head Start from the Lotte Meyerson Tikkun Olam Committee (LMTO). Each child was presented a book to take home that was donated last fall ...

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Woman of the Year

Sisterhood honored Carol Gillen at their Annual Meeting and Woman of the Year Luncheon on June 10, 2018. We  honored Carol Gillen for her many contributions to Congregation Beth HaTephila, Sisterhood, the Asheville JCC, and our ...

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Introduction to Judaism

Introduction to Judaism 5779 The Rabbis of Congregations Beth Hatephila and Beth Israel are pleased to co-teach Asheville’s community Introduction to Judaism class. It is designed for those who are curious, those creating partnerships with Jews, ...

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New Art at the Temple

We are delighted to announce that Lynn and Pat Patton Grimes, in memory of their parents, Marilyn and Buddy Patton, donated a marvelous piece of art to the Temple. The work, a woven fiber mosaic, was ...

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Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Asheville Area

Description and Purpose The Jewish Community Relations Council exists to build bridges of understanding and communication within our Jewish community and beyond to the general community. We are a group of Jewish parents, educators and leaders in ...

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Brotherhood Latke Feast a Rousing Success

Under the direction of Chef Ned Simon, hundreds of latkes  were produced by the Brotherhood. Here are 3 Martys peeling potatoes. Brotherhood President Paul Glaser checks out the latkes coming out of the pan. Over 125 folks enjoyed ...

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Family Tradition at CBHT Spans Six Generations

Family Tradition at CBHT Spans Six Generations I  was fortunate to be born and raised in western North Carolina. My roots in Asheville date back to 1898. Six generations of family have called Asheville home. Living ...

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CBHT —Giving from the Heart

CBHT —Giving from the Heart By Gail A. Manheimer I have always felt our Temple represents an extension of our home, a welcoming place for us to pray, meditate, study, sing, find fellowship, make new friends and ...

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    Deep Jewish Family Roots in Asheville Pave the Future for the Green Family

    “Temple Beth HaTephila holds such a significant place in our family history that we both wanted to help continue the tradition of giving and provide an example to our children. We both felt and continue to feel that it is important for this community to have a beautiful and state-of-the-art center for Jewish worship and education.”   Darren and Marissa Green

    Hailing from St Petersburg and Maitland, Florida, Darren and Marissa Green met at a Bar Mitzvah of one of Darren’s cousins in Sarasota, FL in 2000. They were married in 2004 and had their first child Molly in 2007. Moving to Asheville in late 2007. They started a woodworking business called The Old Wood Co., now celebrating its 10th anniversary and joyfully added Judd and Quinn to their family in 2010 and 2013.

    We have been members of CBHT since early 2008. We send all of our children to Sunday school and have contributed to the Capital Campaign as well as participate in family services,” adds Darren.

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    New Sacred Music Page

    Check out the new Sacred Music page with

    • new music to listen to from the Sacred Music Team, the Kol Simcha choir, and the High Holiday Ensemble
    • photos of the Sacred Music Team members
    • information about the Sacred Music Team concept and the Kol Simcha choir.

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