October 25, 2014   1 Cheshvan 5775
Congregation Beth Shalom - Columbia, MO
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Congregation Beth Shalom, or CBS , is comprised of approximately 145 member families from all over mid-Missouri. Located in Columbia, MO, we are one of the few Jewish congregations in the entire region. Although we are associated with the Union of Reform Judaism, we strive to meet the needs of the entire Jewish community. Rabbi Yossi Feintuch leads our spiritual endeavors and serves as a liaison to other religious communities of mid-Missouri. We have active educational programs for both adults and youth, with religious school begining at the pre-school age and extending through high school. Our efforts at Tikkun Olam remain an important part of our congregational efforts.
Please view our calendar for dates of specific events.
 CBS office hours: MWF (10am to 4pm), T/Th (11am to 5pm) Email the Administrator HERE
Rabbi’s office hours: Tues.-Thurs. (1 to 5pm) and Fri. (1 to 4pm) Email the Rabbi HERE 
500 West Green Meadows Rd.  ~  Columbia, Mo 65203
573-499-4855  
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Torah Repair – through the eyes of a scribe at CBS  
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Shabbat Services  

Friday at 7:00 pm and Saturday at 10:00 am 

CBS holds services every Friday evening and Saturday morning.  There are occasionally changes for special events. Please consult our calendar or contact our office at 573-499-4855 or cbsoffice@tranquility.net with questions.

Upcoming Events  
October 2014
10/25 -  "JFK" Lunch with the Rabbi (12:15 PM)
10/26 -  Second Chance Animal Rescue visit (1:30 PM to 3:30 PM)
10/28 -  Tai Chi (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
10/28 -  Cup of Torah (5:15 PM to 5:45 PM)
November 2014
11/04 -  Tai Chi (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
11/04 -  Cup of Torah (5:15 PM to 5:45 PM)
11/06 -  Board Meeting (7:30 PM)
11/11 -  Tai Chi (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
11/11 -  Cup of Torah (5:15 PM to 5:45 PM)
11/16 -  Semi-Annual Meeting (9:45 AM)
11/16 -  Book Club (3:00 PM)
11/18 -  Tai Chi (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
11/18 -  Senior Network Lunch (12:00 PM)
11/18 -  Cup of Torah (5:15 PM to 5:45 PM)
11/25 -  Tai Chi (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM)
11/25 -  Cup of Torah (5:15 PM to 5:45 PM)
11/28 -  Tot Shabbat (6:00 PM)
11/28 -  Simcha Shabbat (7:00 PM)
Sites of Interest  
The Jewish Network
Gateways to Jewish exploration
Information of relevance for Jewish families
On-line Bar/bat Mitzvah tutor
Commission on Outreach and Synagogue Community. The purpose of clickonJudaism is to provide doorways into Judaism for Jews in their 20's and 30's, as well as those considering Judaism.
Connections to Israel and News  
What is Reform Judaism?  
Hillel Danziger House  
The Jewish Student Organization (JSO) and Hillel, the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life, serve the University of Missouri-Columbia, Stephens College, Columbia College and other Mid-Missouri area institutes of higher education. Together the two groups seek to provide an on-campus center for students to express and further explore their Jewishness in meaningful ways. To link to their web page, simply click HERE.
CBS Capital Campaign  
The first wing of our permanent home is finished, but we still have more work to do to make our dream a reality. Click on Capital Campaign for more information about how to help.  
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