April 10 2019



Shabbat and Holiday Services

Friday Evening,
April 12
  Shabbat Evening Service 
8:00 pm
Lt. Hornstein Chapel 
Congregants celebrating birthdays and anniversaries
in April will a receive a blessing.
Followed by Beit Cafe'-
Oneg Shabbat 

Saturday Morning,
April 13 
Shabbat Worship With  Torah Study
9:30 a.m.
Lt. Hornstein Chapel 

Friday Evening,
April  19
First Passover Seder
No Service

Saturday Morning,
April 20
Shabbat  and Festival Service
10:30 a.m.
Lt. Hornstein Chapel

Friday Morning,
April  26
Passover and Yizkor Service
10:30 a.m.
Lt. Hornstein Chapel

On  Shabbat mornings at CSBE we have been reading through the  Torah; we started seven years ago and this week we will continue with the book of Numbers. 

The fourth  Shabbat of each month, we read the weekly portion from the  Torah scroll. 

This week's  Torah Portion is  M'tzora. 
  Commentary can be found at: 


Our Food Pantry is in need of the
following items:

Canned Chicken
Canned  Fruit and Fruit Cups
Canned Sardines
Canned Salmon
Canned Spaghetti Sauce
Canned Tuna Fish
Long Grain White Rice
White Spaghetti

Thank you for your generosity as we aim to best serve those in need in our local community. We are currently overstocked on the following items.
Canned Beans
Mac and Cheese 
Canned Pasta
Canned Soup
Canned Vegetables


We invite you to share the benefits of our temple community with your family,

friends and neighbors. 

Refer membership questions to Joy Gluzman in the Temple office by calling 516-766-4300 or emailing j.gluzman@centralsy.org. 


  Dinner With Friends 

Friday April 12
6:00 p.m.
Kahn Auditorium

Have a delicious 3 course meal for $20/person. Special meals are provided if requested in advance. All prepared and served by the Caring Community Committee. RSVP by Wednesday April 10 to
Sue Keller 766-5158 or listener531@aol.com.

Smith Pond Cleanup


Saturday, April 13

11:40 a.m- 1:30 p.m.

Smith Pond, Rockville Centre

(Reverend Morgan Days Park South)

Parking field is located at the end of Nassau Street.




CSBE is proud to co- sponsor this community service opportunity along with many other local organizations. Join us following Shabbat Morning Worship With Torah Study as we come together to beautify our local community. 

Book Discussion:
A Horse Walks Into A Bar

Wednesday, April 24
7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Men's Club Lounge

Join the Sisterhood Book Group and the Library Committee for a discussion lead by
Rabbi Skiddell.

All are welcomed to this event. Reading the book in advance is not required, but the book is available in CSBE's library, RVC library, and the Nassau Library System.
Kosher for Passover treats will be served.
Open to all but please RSVP by calling 766-4300 or emailing j.gluzman@centralsy.org
by Monday, April 22.

Annual Yom Hashoah Commemoration 
Speaker: Mireille Taub 

Wednesday, May 1
7:30 pm 

Mireille was born in Paris, France and was lucky enough to take the last train out before France surrendered to the Nazis.
Her train was bombed, she and her family walked to safety across the Pyrenees, passing through Spain and Portugal, and arrived in New York on August 11, 1940.
She was not quite two years old. She grew up hearing stories about how her family made preparations to leave (as of 1936) if the Nazis were victorious. She now has a professional diploma in special education and a Master's Degree in reading.

Sponsored By Central Synagogue- Beth Emeth
Congregation B'nai Sholom- Beth David
Sisterhood's Mother Day Plant Sale 
Buy a Beautiful Calandiva for your Favorite Diva

To order, mail or drop off a check for $45 made out to 
Sisterhood of CSBE.
Please include delivery name, address and message.
Contact Beth Cohen at gaab@aol.com or
516-766-5766 with any questions or concerns.

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