Join us as we welcome Rabbi Jeff Roth to speak about his recently published book- Me, Myself, and God.
Monday, June 26, 2017, 7:00 PM, Congregation Beth HaTephila
“Instead of conceptualizing the Divine Presence, analyzing, or taking about it, we rather strive to experience it moment by moment in our lives. Any moment we open our hearts to the Divine Presence, any moment we experience it, we cultivate a loving relationship to All That Is. If this book has one lesson to offer, it is this: Continue reading Join Us as Rabbi Jeff Roth Speaks About His Book
The Mountaintop Minyans are back!
Saturday morning July 1st we’ll meet at the Folk Art Center along the parkway at 9:30. We’ll form carpools and drive up to the Craggy Gardens area where we’ll hike for about a mile (round trip) along the Snowball trail. We’ll return to this lovely rock which is located close to the parking area where Rabbi Meiri will lead us in a short service. Those that choose not to do the trail walk can join us only 70 yards from their car. We should return to the Folk Art Center by around noon.
Bring the whole family and well behaved dogs as well. Questions to Marty Stickle at 273-9041
Upcoming Joint Event with CBI
Join Rabbi Batsheva Meiri and Rabbi Justin Goldstein for contemplative singing, silent meditation, and Torah Study.
Tuesday May 30th, 7:30 PM at Congregation Beth Israel.
The evening will begin with a community commemoration – all are welcome! Lecture by Dr. Katz will follow.
About Dr. Steven Katz
Steven T. Katz received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge. He holds the Slater Chair in Jewish and Holocaust Studies at Boston University where he was the founding Director of the Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies. He is the Academic Advisor to the 31 countries that belong to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), a member and former co-chair of the Academic Committee of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and Chair of the Holocaust Commission of the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. Wearing these different hats, Steve has been involved in negotiations with many governments regarding Holocaust education. Continue reading Yom HaShoah – “Remembering Elie Wiesel”
Congregation Beth HaTephila is growing and thriving! And what makes this so amazing is that it’s happening in a small southern town when most other Jewish communities are declining.
Is it our talented Rabbi? Our wonderful Religious School? Our new building? Our friendly and welcoming members? Whatever the secret ingredients are, we are proud to be part of the vibrancy and life-enriching experiences that happen at CBHT.
In April 2016, CBHT will commemorated its 125th anniversary. Hear what some of our members and Rabbi have to say about being part of “Honoring the Past – Celebrating the Present – Building for the Future.”
Wow! 125 years in existence serving the Jewish population of Western North Carolina.
Sustaining! The new look of CBHT!
Longevity! Goundbreaking of Religious School in 1954
Building out the lower level for our Religious School
You're at Home Here! An Engaging, Inclusive, Reform Congregation in the Blue Ridge Mountains