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Sept.
29

High Holy Days 2017/5778

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Welcome to the High Holy Days with Coastside Jewish Community. Whether you are a once-a-year-Jew, a daily davenner, or dipping your toe into the Jewish world for the first time, you have a place with us for Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement). ... Continue

Aug.
12

Farmers Market

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Every now and then, CJC gets to have a table at the Farmers Market .... a chance to say hi to the community, and be found by potential members.  August 12 was one of those lovely days.  Many thanks to staffers Cathy, Chip, Laura, Lissin, and Rabbi Ted. Continue

July
1

Meet Rabbi Ted Riter

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I am so honored to serve as the new rabbi of Coastside Jewish Community. In some ways, being with CJC reminds me of my childhood in a small town in central Texas – a place where everyone wanting to experience Jewish community was welcomed with open arms. By beginning my own Jewish ... Continue

July
1

2017/2018 Board of Directors

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Last year's board of directors all offered to stay on another year, and they have been elected.  The new term coincides with the beginning of our fiscal year, July 1st.   We welcome back Sara Russell as president.  Also remaining on the board is Dave Schorr as Treasurer, and Chip Goldstein as ... Continue

Visit
CJC

Shabbat Shalom

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    In general, we schedule Shabbat services with Rabbi Ted Riter and Cantorial Soloist Lissin Lev Chaya on the second Friday evening of each month at Holy Family Shul, followed by a home-based Family Shabbat the next morning; sometimes these get canceled or moved because of other events. Also, we generally have ... Continue

LGBT &
Allies

We Are LGBT & Allies

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We are a community that includes those who identify as transgender, bisexual, lesbian, gay, queer, questioning, straight, and allies. Each of us and our congregation benefits from embracing our diversity. By honoring each of our unique contributions we are creating a culture of tikkun olam (repairing the world), and a ... Continue