cbh high holidays 2017

Join our community as we welcome 5778 with the blast of the shofar, cherished liturgy, festive music, and an inspirational message. As you enter this New Year, may the sound of God's voice awaken your soul to His greatest days of love and divine favor.  May you experience great joy in crowning Him King and having your name inscribed in the book of life.

erev rosh hashanah

                                    Jewish New Year

Our Rosh HaShanah Services are a festive, transformational gathering, filled with lively worship, cherished liturgy, and, of course, tons of apples and honey! Connect with your God on this Jewish New Year through the symbolism of sweet foods and authentic worship. 


All of our services are FREE and OPEN to the public. Childcare is also available. Stick around afterwards for our Annual Rosh HaShanah Banquet (see below). 

Rosh hashanah banquet

Our Annual Rosh HaShanah Banquet is back! The CBH Staff is providing you with recipes and serving dishes to make this potluck-style dinner as easy as it is delicious.  


Cost: FREE

View our Menu here!

Registration is on-campus until September 16th.

taslich

"Casting off our sins"

Tashlich means "to cast" in Hebrew. This beautiful and ancient tradition of casting bread into a large body of water symbolizes our desire to cast off our sins. While we know atonement can come from only one place (Messiah Yeshua), we happily partake of the traditions and customs of our people because they symbolize an important aspect of our faith: repentance. Come and commit your heart to the Lord with prayer, liturgy, and community.


Picnic Lunch to follow. All of our services are FREE and OPEN to the public. Children are welcome to participate in the ceremony.

kol nidre

yom kippur opening service

Yom Kippur is a time of repentance and earnestly seeking the Lord. Join Congregation Baruch HaShem as we kneel before our Creator with insightful teaching, cherished liturgy, and prayer.


All of our services are FREE and OPEN to the public. Childcare is also available. Suggested attire: White.

yom kippur

day of atonement

Join Congregation Baruch HaShem as we close Yom Kippur with meaningful liturgy, prayer, and a brief message. Stick around after service and break the fast with us!


All of our services are FREE and OPEN to the public. Childcare is also available. Suggested attire: White.

sukkot

One of CBH's favorite holiday celebrations is our Annual Sukkot Retreat! Every year, our community retreats into the wilderness to experience the beauty of God's creation and authentic community connection. We are still gathering all the details, but feel free to save these dates and make plans to join us!