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NEW SCHEDULE OF FRIDAY WORSHIP SERVICES BEGINS IN JUNE
Our new Friday worship schedule will begin next month and will feature earlier services, outdoor summer services in the Price Family Courtyard, our popular evening Soul Food Shabbat services in the Foster Family Chapel and more. Read Rabbi Berk's article on the cover of this issue for more information about the changes in our schedule. We look forward to welcoming you to our Erev Shabbat services!
First Friday of Month (begins June 4)
6:00 p.m. – Tot Shabbat 8:00 p.m. – Late Shabbat Service
Second Friday of Month (begins June 11)
6:15 p.m. – Family Shabbat Service
During the school year Religious School class dinners will follow.
9:00 p.m. – Soul Food Shabbat
All Other Fridays (begins June 18)
6:15 p.m. – Erev Shabbat Service (Outdoors June 18-August 28)
Including services featuring our Chai Band, Adult, Teen and Youth Choirs, guest speakers and more.
Annual Sidewalk Sale! Everything 10-50% off
Sunday, May 2 during Religious School
Giſt shop open T ursdays and Sundays during Religious School and by appointment.
Call Janice Schuff man at 619 977-3336.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS IN SENDING IN TRIBUTES
As of May 17, the P.O. box address that is printed on our #9 envelopes (with funds listed on the inside flap) will no longer be valid. The Post Office will forward the mail to our physical address for a limited time only.
If you have been using a P.O. box to send in tribuites, please make future payments to our street address: 9001 Towne Centre Drive, San Diego, CA 92122. We thank you for your cooperation and for supporting CBI through your tributes.
AMY CORTON RECEIVES MARGARET SANGER AWARD
CBI member and immediate past president Amy Corton was honored recently at the 47th Anniversary dinner of
Planned Parenthood of San Diego and Riverside Counties (PPSDRC). She received the Margaret Sanger award for more than 20 years of volunteer service to the organization. During that time she served as a member of the PPSDRC finance committee, a member of the board, treasurer and board chair. As a consultant to PPSDRC, Amy was instrumental in creating the agency's planned giving program, has been a active supporter of capital campaigns and has served on the organization's Philanthropy Advisory Group and Endowment Committee. We congratulate Amy on her award and her service to our community.
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