NOTE: Before scheduling a meeting or event in either the farmhouse or sanctuary building, please contact Emily Colvin in the CBS office at 573.499.4855.
Friday Night/Erev Shabbat Rabbi Matt Derrenbacher leads Kabbalat Shabbat services in the Reform tradition at 7 pm
Siddur: Mishkan Tefilah
Saturday Morning Rabbi Matt Derrenbacher leads Shabbat morning services in the Reform tradition at 10 am.
Siddur: Mishkan Tefilah
Shabbat Korach Korach leads a doomed rebellion against Moses Torah – Numbers/B’midbar 16:1-18:32
Sefaria link here Haftarah – I Samuel 11:14-12:22
Sefaria link here
Elina Cossette’s naming Saturday, July 1 @ 11:30 am Theo Wilson’s Bar Mitzvah Saturday, July 15 @ 10 am
Join the Wilson family as they celebrate Theo’s bar mitzvah on Saturday, July 15th at 10 am.
A kiddush luncheon will follow.
After a year of beautiful time together as your student rabbi, the time has finally come for me to officially be your full-time Rabbi! I am happy to let you all know that I have moved into my apartment and am in the process of getting settled, both there and in the office at the Farmhouse. Now that I am in CoMo and serving as your Rabbi full time, that means we are open for business! Over the next couple days and weeks I will be announcing some amazing educational and social opportunities for all of us to spend intentional time together over the summer, as we slowly begin to make our way toward the beginning of the academic year and the High Holy Days. In the meantime, feel free to stop by the Farmhouse to say hi, or shoot me an email/text and we can get together for coffee! I’d love to get to know each of you more and for all of you to know that I am always here for you, no matter what!
Since I’ve been ordained, my Hebrew Union College email address I’ve used previously may not be in service for much longer. Since there have been a couple of attempted scams going around, I wanted you all to know that my official personal email address will be email@example.com and my phone number (aside from the synagogue number) is 315.576.3271. I will not contact you from any other email address or phone number, and I will not ever contact you out of the blue asking for money. If you do receive any messages claiming to be me, please reach out to me in person at the synagogue or at one of the methods of communication above so we can report any suspicious activity.
I can’t tell you how grateful I am to begin serving as your full-time Rabbi and to walk alongside each of you along your spiritual journeys. Like our Ancestors before us, I pray that we can embark on this journey together with intention, walking through the wilderness to discover and celebrate our own, special, unique CoMo expression of Jewish life and values.
I hope you all have a wonderful rest of your week and I’m really looking forward to all of our time together!
MAHL, Rabbinic Ordination
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Thanks to all for your patience with the driveway and parking lot repairs. The parking space lines have not yet been painted, but that will happen soon!
The Interfaith Garden on our CBS property is now fully planted, which means that there are many ways for congregants to pitch in: harvesting, weeding, watering, maintenance of fruit/nut trees, etc. As always, garden work days are from 9 am to 11 am on Wednesday and Sunday. Feel free to contact Noah (HeringmanN@missouri.edu), Brent (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Julie (email@example.com) for more information.
Also – if you travel this summer, please bring any hotel soaps, shampoos or other personal hygiene products you may pick up along the way to CBS so we can donate them to shelters in Columbia. And even if you don’t travel, if you buy the sample size products we’d love to have them.
Hey! Do you know someone (maybe you or a friend or family member?!?) who wants to work helping create and build Jewish life at Mizzou? Mizzou Hillel is hiring a Director of Jewish Student Life. Help us find a great person by sharing with your networks. Salary is $48-$52,000/year plus benefits. For the full posting click here. Note: This isn’t Jeanne’s job!
The CBS Book Club meets next on Sunday, August 27th at 3 pm. We are reading A History of God by Karen Armstrong.
We welcome new members. If you’d like to receive emails with information about upcoming Book Club reads and discussions, email Jean at firstname.lastname@example.org
6 Tammuz/June 25 Ben Puttler’s brother
6 Tammuz/June 25 CBS yahrzeit
11 Tammuz/June 30 Sedalia yahrzeit
11 Tammuz/June 30 CBS yahrzeit
NOTE: In transferring yahrzeit records to ShulCloud from the old software we’ve found that some of the data is inaccurate, primarily because the English date is incomplete. We’re committed to making the ShulCloud records as accurate as possible.
If you see that we’ve posted incorrect information or have other additions/corrections, please send a note to Mary: email@example.com.
CBS maintains the yahrzeits of Temple Beth El in Sedalia.
In memory of Mike Miller’s mother, Patricia Miller
Rick Diamant & Mary Hartigan (RDF)
Donations are a good way to remember or honor people and special life events. Your gift can be directed to the CBS general fund, the rabbi’s discretionary fund (RDF), Tikkun Olam, the library, the Sasha Yelon book fund, the school scholarship fund or the sacred music fund.
Credit card or PayPal donations can be made via the CBS web page: https://cbsmo.org/ Or send a check to CBS, 500 W Green Meadows Rd, Columbia 65203, with a note with details about honorees and where you’d like the notification sent. We’ll send a handwritten card as you direct.
Have you received an award or a promotion, welcomed a new child to your family, or otherwise have reason to kvell? Share your good news with your CBS friends. Send an email to Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org to include in eShalom.