Services this Month

Below are the details for all the services scheduled for this month. For other types of events, please see the What's Happening page.

 

Friday, November 3

  • 6:15 PM, Family-Friendly Erev Shabbat Service with participation by BEECC students. The service will be preceded by light snacks and followed by challah and wine sponsored by BEECC.

Saturday, November 4

  • 9:00 AM, Shabbat Morning Service when we will celebrate with the Grossman family as Ethan becomes a bar mitzvah. The service will be followed by Kiddush luncheon sponsored by the Grossman family in honor of the occasion. Special thanks to Ron Klayton for serving as greeter and to the Kraden and Mezheritsky families for ushering for this service.

Sunday, November 5

  • 9:00 AM, Morning Minyan

Wednesday, November 8

  • 8:00 PM, Evening Minyan

Friday, November 10

  • 6:15 PM, Erev Shabbat Service. The service will be preceded by light snacks and followed by challah and wine sponsored by Sisterhood.
  • 7:15 PM, Singing in the Shul Shabbat Dinner

Saturday, November 11

  • 9:00 AM, Shabbat Morning Service when we will celebrate November birthdays and anniversaries with a special group aliyah, and celebrate with the family of Samantha Massi as she becomes a bat mitzvah. The service will be followed by Kiddush sponsored by Samantha’s family in honor of the occasion. Special thanks to Lois Jacobs for serving as greeter and to the Traci & David Levine and Mezheritsky families for ushering for this service.

Sunday, November 12

  • 9:00 AM, Morning Minyan

Wednesday, November 15

  • 8:00 PM, Evening Minyan

Friday, November 17

  • 6:15 PM, Erev Shabbat Service when we will observe Organ Donor/Transplant Shabbat. Congregant Gary Greenspan will speak to us about his experience as a living donor. The service will be preceded by light snacks and followed by challah and wine.

Saturday, November 18

  • 9:00 AM, Shabbat Morning Service followed by Kiddush. Special thanks to Diane Novick for giving the D’var Torah, to Fred Diamond for serving as greeter and to the Mitrani family for ushering for this service.
  • 10:30 AM-12:00 PM, Ruach Shabbat with Rabbi Mina

Sunday, November 19

  • 9:00 AM, Morning Minyan

Wednesday, November 22

  • No Evening Minyan – In lieu of minyan, please consider attending the 7:30 PM Thanksgiving Eve Community Interfaith Service at United Christian Parish in Reston, where Rabbi Mina will be participating along with other Jewish, Christian and Muslim clergy. More info: www.ucpreston.org/event/2017-11-22-interfaith-thanksgiving-eve-service/. If you are saying Kaddish, please plan to come to services at CBE on Friday evening, Saturday morning or Sunday morning.

Friday, November 24

  • 6:15 PM, Erev Shabbat Service preceded by light snacks and followed by challah and wine.

Saturday, November 25

  • 9:00 AM, Shabbat Morning Service followed by kiddush in the Social Hall. Special thanks to James MacDonald for serving as greeter and to the Winston family for ushering for this service.

Sunday, November 26

  • 9:00 AM, Morning Minyan

Wednesday, November 29

  • 8:00 PM, Evening Minyan

Friday, December 1

  • 6:15 PM, Family-Friendly Erev Shabbat Service with participation by our Grade 1 students. The service will be preceded by light snacks and followed by challah and wine

Saturday, December 2

  • 9:00 AM, Shabbat Morning Service followed by Kiddush. Special thanks to Jamie MacDonald for serving as greeter and to the Mezheritsky family for ushering for this service.

 


 

Worship Service Notes:

Looking ahead? You can find the general service schedule, including dates for children's services, on the Services Schedule page.

Large print and Braille siddurim, assistive listening devices and a stair lift to the bimah are available. Please see one of the ushers in the lobby for assistance.

We have children’s books at the back of the sanctuary for the reading pleasure of our little ones. Also, a play area for young children accompanied by a parent has been set up in the library. Check out the children’s reading corner there.

As a courtesy to other worshippers, please silence pagers and cell phones. We appreciate your help in making our sanctuary a sacred space.