Today @ CSZ

We encourage everyone to join us for our services and programs. For regular daily minyanim please enter through the Boardroom doors to the right of the canopy. Either enter the code or press the button on the Ring camera. For Shabbat and Holiday services please enter through the newly remodeled Lester Entrance Plaza.

SHABBAT HAGADOL, APRIL 20, 2024 ~ 12 NISAN, 5784

KIDDUSH SPONSORS
Jan Berris in celebration of her special birthday

BIMAH FLOWERS SPONSORS
Gail & David Amster and Marcy Trager in honor of the 10th anniversary of Jamie & Solomon Amster

Harriet & Gregg Orley and Katie & Steve Jacob
in honor of the baby naming of their granddaughter Harper Brynn Jacob

Faye and Steven Adelson marking the Yahrzeit of Sandra Edelstein-Ordower

Elaine and Jerry Laker & Andrea Laker marking the yahrzeit of Harry I. Laker

Timely Torah with Rabbi Yoni Dahlen – 9:00 a.m. – Hermelin Hall
Before the Shabbat morning service begins, join us for coffee and a relaxed in-person discussion based on traditional and contemporary commentaries on this week’s Parashah.

Shabbat Morning Services – 9:30 a.m. – Sanctuary
The CSZ Clergy, lay leaders and Gabbaim welcome you to an engaging morning service for Shabbat in-person in the Sanctuary. You may watch the Services on our high-definition Live Stream.
This week we read Parashat Metzora. Rabbi Yoni Dahlen will deliver the sermon.

Wisdom & Coffee:
Collective Punishment in Jewish Thought: Pouring Out Our Wine Cups – 9:30 a.m. in Hermelin Hall
Reflecting on Israel’s military response to Hamas’s atrocities on October 7 and the subsequent deaths of thousands of Gazans, we are challenged to ask the question: does Judaism support the idea of collective punishment? Gather some materials for your Passover Seder by joining Rabbi Aaron Starr for this Wisdom and Coffee conversation. Wisdom and Coffee provides an opportunity for learning and conversation on a Shabbat morning that is entirely separate from our prayer service. Coffee and a special breakfast will be served. Wisdom and Coffee is generously sponsored by Shelley and Joel Tauber.

Family Shabbat Experiences – 10:30 a.m. – Brodsky Family Tikvah Chapel
Join us every Shabbat morning for songs, prayer, games, challah and grape juice snack, and fun with your Shul friends. Open to the congregation and the community. Activities for kids ages 0-12.

Please Note: There is no Shabbat lunch this week.
Like so many of you, we have begun preparing our very large synagogue home for Passover. Don’t worry you will still be able to get your last bites of seven layer cake at the Kiddish table.

Shabbat Minchah – 1:00 p.m. – Bernstein Chapel
Join us in the Bernstein Chapel for a very quick Torah service. Please stay at shul for a few more minutes to help those in mourning say Kaddish for their loved ones.

Shabbat ends at 9:06 p.m.

Havdalah with Rabbi Yoni Dahlen at 9:16 p.m. – On Zoom only
Help make a minyan for those saying Kaddish as we say goodbye to Shabbat, and welcome in a sweet new week. Bring your favorite beverage and join On Zoom


How to Find…– Services, Events and Digital Links, click HERE.
– Current Shiva / Shloshim List, click HERE
– Yahrzeit lists, click HERE.
– Sermons on YouTube, click HERE.
– How to use Zoom, click HERE.