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Toby Koritsky Named New Education Director

The Board of Directors is excited to inform our congregants that after an extensive national search, CBHT has a new Education Director beginning July 1! Toby Koritsky, who was recommended by the Selection Committee and ...

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CBHT Talent Show Honoring Lauren

CBHT's Talent Show honoring Education Director Lauren Rosenfeld!  

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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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Welcome our new Executive Director, Craig Frustaci!

Craig comes to us from Temple Torat Emet in Delray Beach where he served as its Executive Director. Previously, he was Managing Director for the Delray Center for the Arts, and for sixteen years, Assistant Director ...

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Brotherhood Beer Fest--a rousing success!

The Brotherhood Beer fest was a rousing success, with over 20 folks enjoying beer, pizza, and chicken   Joanne & Barb enjoying some refreshemts Chuck & Leon enjoying themselves Marty getting into trouble, as usual.

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Capital Campaign

Hope in the Future. Power in the Present. Join us today on our journey to realizing our full potential at CBHT  Power in the Present - Our beginning to our 125th anniversary "Honoring the Past ...

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    Rabbi Response to Charlottesville

    It is vital when acts of violence pierce the collective peace and well-being that are the promise of American society, that we never stand by and be silent. Of late, hate groups have become emboldened and their xenophobia disguised as the pursuit of equality.

    What was uniquely frightening about the gathering in Charlottesville was that it united factions of haters together. Their ideology cannot be allowed to be legitimized or their actions condoned, tacitly or otherwise. We can and should expect our lawmakers to be leaders on this issue and it is up to us to hold them accountable for speaking out against hatred on our behalf.

    Consider asking your representatives to condemn the bigotry and hate that reared its head in Charlottesville and threatens the core values of our tradition and our country’s tradition-that all are created equal under God and we should love our neighbor and the stranger as ourselves.

    I believe that what we saw over the weekend isn’t the sentiment of the majority. Moving forward it will take every single person’s vigilance to keep fear from becoming the currency we, as Americans, choose in the future.

    To make your concerns known to your Congressional representatives, you may use the link below from the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.


    L’Shalom, in peace,

    Rabbi Batsheva H. Meiri


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