April 19, 2014   19 Nisan 5774
Congregation B'nai Israel - Fayetteville, GA
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Welcome to Congregation B'nai Israel


Congregation B'nai Israel is a Reform Synagogue, affiliated with the Union of Reform Judaism. The congregation serves the Jewish population south of Atlanta, Georgia. Members live in Fayetteville and Peachtree City, as well as other cities in the adjacent counties of Fayette, Clayton, Coweta, Fulton, Douglas, Henry, and Spalding. Our diverse membership of almost 100 families has backgrounds of Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox Judaism.

CBI INFORMATION LINKS  
Calendar of All Scheduled Activities  
April 2014
04/19 -  Torah Study with ISJL Rabbi (10:00 AM)
Board Rep: Mike Edison
04/20 -  Religious School (10:00 AM)
04/23 -  Hebrew (6:30 PM)
Shabbat Rep: Sandy DeMuth
04/26 -  Zaban Shelter (6:00 PM)
04/27 -  Confirmation (9:00 AM)
04/27 -  Hebrew High School (9:00 AM)
04/27 -  Religious School (10:00 AM)
04/27 -  Torah Tots - Last Day (11:30 AM)
04/30 -  Hebrew (6:30 PM)
May 2014
05/01 -  Women's Education Series (7:00 PM to 9:00 PM)
Session 4: Connect spiritually with a meaningful and fun Rosh Chodesh women’s seder - sing, pray, eat, learn, and bond together as women
05/04 -  Confirmation (9:00 AM)
05/04 -  Hebrew High School (9:00 AM)
05/04 -  Religious School (10:00 AM)
05/04 -  Kids Club (12:30 PM)
05/07 -  Hebrew (6:30 PM)
05/11 -  Brotherhood Mother's Day Brunch (11:00 AM)
05/13 -  Board Meeting (7:00 PM)
05/14 -  Hebrew - Last Day (6:30 PM)
05/18 -  Confirmation (9:00 AM)
05/18 -  Hebrew High School - Last Day (9:00 AM)
05/18 -  Religious School - Last Day (10:00 AM)
05/18 -  Annual Meeting (10:30 AM)
Jewish World News  
IMPORTANT UPDATE!!!  
 
Rabbi Feldstein will not be able to lead our Shabbat service this Friday evening, April 11, 2014, due to an unforeseen conflict.  
Services will be facilitated by Cantorial Soloist Susan Burden.  

Thank you for your understanding of this late change.

RItual & Pulpit Committee
Women's Series Winter/Spring 2014  

ARE WE JEWISH IF WE CAN'T BAKE CHALLAH?

CBI has put together a rich, 4-session series exclusively for women. We will screen a film, delve deep into our relationship with Jewish food, create beautiful art with Guest Rabbi Pamela Gottfried, and celebrate Rosh Chodesh together with an amazing Seder. Don't miss a moment!

Click here for all the details.

The first session is Thursday, February 6, 2014, so sign up soon!

To register or for questions, contact Susan Burden at sburden@bnai-israel.net or call the CBI Office at 678-817-7162.

Oneg Schedule 2013-2014  

Thank you to everyone who has signed up for an Oneg this year.

Click here for the current Oneg Schedule.

If you have any questions, please contact Holly Faraldi at hfaraldi@bnai-israel.net or call the CBI Office at 678-817-7162.

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