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Sandy Tracy
· August 22, 2017
I've visited here a number of times over the years. It is a beautiful place and the people who attend this synagogue were all so friendly and helpful.
Maya Mbotha
· June 17, 2017
Lovely people and great hospitality. Would love to come back
Michael Steinhart
· February 16, 2014
Mah tovu Mah tovu ohalecha Y a'acov mishkenotach Y'Israel
HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THY TENTS OH ISRAEL 108,000 on one side formed the top of ? 156,000 on one side and 157,000 directly across formed the of ? 186,000 formed the bottmom of ?
THE CROSS Y'ALL WHEN we pray to receive Yeshuah El Elyon into the ark of His New Covenant remember to tay in the shul and continue tithing our 10 % as our tithes belong in the House of Isarel and our presence and testimony are needed there. Find a New Covenant Bible study then START one IN the shul. Hashem Yeshuah came to give us shul and give it abundantly not to take us out.
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Barry Waxberg
· May 1, 2014
A wonderful house of worship A great Rabbi, Dan Fink
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Are you a Jewish Adult in your 20s and 30s? Check out The Table! You don't have to be a current CABI member to participate.…/Ta…/January-2018-TableTop.pdf

Watch for everything happening! We return to a normal event schedule this week!
As always, our calendar is the most accurate way to find information!

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ATTENTION: Jewish Journeys tonight ONLY for B'nai Mitzvah!

The last night of Hanukkah is Tuesday night but we hope that the light from your menorah will shine brightly into the new year!

Our next weekly update will be in 2018! Hag Sameach and stay warm!

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The Red Sea Ramblers are getting ready to rock tonight at #Xtravaganza for #InterfaithSanctuary!! (Sorry for the low lighting, they’re hiding backstage!)

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Jewish Journeys students and family: Don't forget to bring your chanukiot and candles to school tonight for our Hanukah celebration!

It must be Hanukkah with all these latkes around! 🕎

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This ongoing workshop is part of CABI's Shabbat Initiative, designed to help our community celebrate Shabbat together in our homes. Although it is a series, each session will stand alone, so participants are encouraged to drop in as they can.

Rabbi Dan and Haya Kinberg will lead the workshop. We will use the book A Day Apart—Shabbat At Home, by Noam Sachs Zion and Shawn Fields-Meyer, available on Amazon at very reasonable prices, new and used. No knowledge of Hebrew is requir...ed, and we will teach to all levels of observance and background. Topics will include:

Intro and Preparing for Shabbat,
Lighting Shabbat candles
Welcoming Angels of Peace
Blessing Children and Others
Songs of Love
Kiddush over Wine or Juice
Shabbat Table Talk
Soul Singing at the Table
Birkhat HaMazon

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Do you want to learn how to host or be part of Shabbat? "A Day Apart: Making Shabbat in Our Homes" will begin meeting tonight 5:45-6:30 in Rabbi Dan's office. This is a free course for adults in our community!

It's the first week in December and a few first for us! Go to the calendar at for more information!

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Chanukah sale is going on today until 4 pm and check it out next week too! 12-4 in the social hall

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Chanukah sale at Ahavath Beth Israel utility 4 pm today!

Tonight at services: Speaker Dr. Thomas Lobaugh.
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The central prayer of Jewish tradition begins with the word Shema, which means, roughly, “Listen!” Dr. Tom Lobaugh will be a guest speaker at Shabbat evening services, and will address the topic of Listening. Dr. Lobaugh's wisdom around listening would be of great help to us, especially as we tr...

WOW! There's a lot going on at CABI this week. Check out the calendar on the website so you don't miss out on something you will enjoy!

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A message from Music Educator Nemmie Stieha! Come and sing with us tonight at our REVAMPED Early Bird Shabbat: Unplugged and help us name the band, sing along, celebrate, and pray! #jewishidaho #cabiboise #jewishmusic
5:30 pm Oneg with wine and beer
6:30 pm Musical Services featuring the "Unplugged Band" (Please help name us!)

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