Shavua tov! Looking forward to Purim and Shabbat
Thanks to all who joined us for our masked and costumed Purim Parade yesterday, and especially to our storyteller and family educator Jane Shiyah. That was our first taste of Purim this year. Our next taste will come on Thursday evening (when Purim begins — except in ancient walled cities like Jerusalem, which celebrate Purim one day later.) Join us on Zoom for our annual Purim play.
Thursday, February 25, 6:30pm: Purim Puppet Spiel In The CBI Zoom Room
Join us for our annual Purim play — this year, on Zoom, featuring glorious papier-mache puppets made by David Lane and kids in our community. The play will be performed by CBI members of many ages. We’ll re-tell the Purim story with laughter and merriment. BYO hamentaschen!
Shabbat and Torah
Join us in the CBI Zoom room at 9:30am on Saturday morning for Shabbat morning services led by Rabbi Pam Wax.
Torah Portion and Commentaries
This week we’re reading from parashat Tetzaveh. If you’d like to read some commentaries on this week’s parsha, here are a few:
- 2006: Holy garments
- 2007: Eternal light
- 2008: Vestments of beauty
- 2009: High priest [Torah poem]
- 2011: A sweet scent before God
- 2011: Kedushat Levi on Aaron’s clothes
- 2019: Becoming mitzvot, bringing light
- 2020: Engraved on our hearts
And here’s commentary from the URJ:
We hope to see you soon at CBI.