July 17, 2019



Shabbat Services

Friday Evening,
July 19
Shabbat by the Bay
6:30 p.m.
Wantagh Park
1 King Rd. Wantagh
At the Far End of the Park,
Next to the Pool, 
Near the Gazebo

Saturday Morning,
July 20
Shabbat  Worship 
With Torah Study
9:30 a.m.
Lt. Hornstein Chapel

Friday Evening,
July 27
Greet and Nosh 
5:45 p.m. 
Levy Garden 

Kabbalat Shabbat Service 
6:00 p.m.
Levy Garden 

Saturday Morning,
July 28 
Shabbat Worship 
With  Torah Study
9:30 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
Pinchas.  Commentary can be found at

 Please don't forgot our 
food pantry this summer.

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
Kraft Mac and Cheese 
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
Canned Pasta
Canned Soup
Canned Vegetables
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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. 


Shabbat on the Bay 

Friday, July 19
6:30 p.m.
Wantagh Park
1 King Rd, Wantagh
On The Far End Of The Park,
Next To The Pool, Near The Gazebo

Bring a camping or beach chair and enjoy the beautiful sunset as  we welcome Shabbat  together surrounded by nature.  CSBE's Cantor/Song Leader, Jacob Agar, will be accompanied by members of Shir Harmony.  

Feel free to bring a picnic dinner to enjoy before or after the service.
Help Increase the Sweetness at
Our Summe
r Onegs

If you would like to contribute your homemade, or favorite store bought treats to any of our summertime onegs, contact Lynn Deutsch at, lsdeutsch@gmail.com
CSBE SUMMER BBQ Extravaganza
Help Upgrade Our Sanctuary Sound System 

Sunday, August 4th 
1:00 - 5:00 p.m. 
Wilson Field 

The Wilson School is located right next door to CSBE. 
Park in the Synagogue lot.

Children's Games and Activities 
Great Company
Live Music With
Dan Zlotnik

$12 Per Person
$30 Max Per Family

Contact Joy Gluzman
Help Sustain the Legacy of the 
Rosh Hashanah Collation

In 2016 Edith and Gene Friedman, of blessed memory, sponsored our first congregational Rosh Hashanah collation, immediately following          Rosh Hashanah morning services.
This gathering has continued to grow and in 2018 over 200 congregants took part in this CSBE tradition.
Please help us continue their legacy by making a contribution to support this initiative.  Please Contact Joy Gluzman at                  516-766-4300 or   j.gluzman@centralsy.org for more information.

Honey From The Heart
Sisterhood will once again provide the opportunity to purchase 8 ounce jars of honey for family and friends in celebration of the new year.  The honey arrives in time for the Rosh Hashanah holiday. 
Your cost is $12.00 per jar which includes  shipping and handling within the United States.  We will gladly mail orders outside the United States for an additional fee. To order honey  CLICK HERE  and follow the  step-by-step instructions.
Order by August 5, 2019  to avoid a $5.00 per jar shipping fee.

For more information please contact:
Meri Masin lilrainbow54@gmail.com or 764-2050. 

Book of Remembrance 

We shall continue the custom of distributing the Book of Remembrance at the Yom Kippur Memorial Service on Wednesday, October 9, 2019.

Anti- Racism Project 2019 
This community-wide project offers participants a way to examine the critical and persistent issue of racism. 

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where family, faith and friends are central.