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Click the image above to register to BID at the CRC Online Auction for our Destination Dinner event.
Online Auction goes live: Tuesday, February 20 at 6:00 am CST
Last chance to bid is Saturday, March 3 at midnight CST
Full event details below.
Purchase your tickets here.
Purchase raffle tickets in person at CRC or online.
Each $36 raffle ticket purchased gives you the opportunity to win TWO 3rd row Orchestra tickets to Hamilton on Wednesday, April 18th at 7:30 pm at the Fabulous Fox. (Face value: $1000)
Raffle closes online at 4 pm on March 2, 2018. Additional tickets can be purchased in person at the “Eat, Pray, Love...Bid” Happy Hour and Havdalah Event on March 3. The winning ticket will be drawn at that event. Buy as many tickets as you desire. You do not have to be present to win. All proceeds from the raffle will benefit CRC.
Mussar is a millennium old Jewish tradition of personal spiritual development. It offers insight and guidance for living. By engaging in a Mussar practice we learn to consider our actions, plumb our motives, and stare intently at the reflection we cast on the world. As we learn and practice we become more skillful parents, more attentive partners and more in tune with who we want to be. Offered by The Mussar Institute (TMI) and facilitated by CRC member Felice Joyce, a TMI trained Mussar Va'ad Facilitator who has been studying and practicing Mussar for 10 years. The class will cover 4 Middot (Character traits): humility, patience, forgiveness and simplicity. The class fee is $136. No prior knowledge is required. Classes will be held on Saturdays from 1:00 - 2:30 pm, however the first two sessions will be held on Wednesday nights. To register for this course, contact Felice Joyce.
Through February, we are collecting items and gift cards to help our own Mitzvah Garden thrive. We are in need of trowels, 3-prong cultivators, sets of child-size garden hand tools, potato sacks, baskets or wooden boxes, and gift certificates for seeds and tools from Seed Saver's Exchange, OK Hatchery, Bayer's Garden Shop, Home Depot, and Bowood Farms. In addition, we are looking for 3 hard rakes, 3
stirrup hoes, 1 pump sprayer, and a medium size produce scale. Items can be dropped off in the Oneg, but please bring gift cards and sharp items to the office. Contact Karen Flotte if you have questions at email@example.com.
This is our mental health-mental illness opening, led by Rabbi Susan Talve and Rabbi Jim Goodman on the first Sunday of every month. These sessions are an opening because we are at square one on this subject. We are turning our attention to the next hurdle of service which is mental illness.
Shanda means shame. There is none.
We are under-prepared, under-educated, under-equipped. We are still laboring under the shanda curtain of shame. We all have the experience in our families, among our friends, some of us more hidden than others. We begin by talking about it; let’s talk about mental illness. Our sessions are divided up into a strategizing, a teaching, a sharing, and a ritual all designed to develop tools to strengthen inner life.
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We are now live-streaming our Friday night services. Click the "U" button (USTREAM) on the bottom of the left panel. In the search window (top, center), enter central reform congregation Shabbat, and click on LIVE. We will archive the services and these will be available for later viewing on the site.
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All Fridays at 7:30 pm
All Saturdays at 9:30 am
All Saturdays at 10:00 am
4:00 pm, Bar Mitzvah of Charles Palermo
4:00 pm, Bar Mitzvah of Zachary Millner