Coming Events

Holocaust Memorial

September 22, 2018 1:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m.
Black Holocaust Memorial

Join Rabbi Immerman on the steps of the New Haven City hall for a short memorial service remembering all people of color killed over the last four centuries in the slave trade, segregation and now mass incarceration. Along side other community leaders including Mayor Harp, Rabbi Immerman will speak about how our call to “never forget” the annihilation of the Jews during WWII compels us to act anytime we see injustice. Click here to see flyer

Tot Program

September 23 – 9:30 a.m.
Join our Preschool and Kadima teachers on Sunday, September 23 at 9:30 a.m. for a Tot Program and learn about Sukkot. Tot Programs are designed for CMI families with children age 5 years and under. Crafts will be geared for students ages 2-5 but students younger can complete the project with their parents. All programs are free. Snack is provided.

Book Discussion

September 26 – 12:00 noon
The Group will be discussing The Ruined House by Ruby Nambar. Anyone interested is welcome. Bring your lunch. Coffee and tea are provided.

An Evening of New Beginnings Part 1: New Member Dinner

September 30 – 6:00 p.m.
Join us for a special Evening of New Beginnings. The celebration begins with a Congregational Dinner at 6:00 p.m. to welcome and honor those who have joined our community in the last year. All members are welcome. Those who have joined our congregation in the last year are our complimentary guests. Click here for a reservation form or here to pay online. Reservations are due by Monday, September 24. It’s sure to be a joyful evening!

An Evening of New Beginnings Part 2: Simchat Torah & Consecration Family Service

September 30 – 7:00 p.m.
Our Evening of New Beginnings continues with Simchat Torah Family Services. We’ll be celebrating our new members and the Consecration of students new to our Religious School. Make lots of noise and dance around the sanctuary and into the sukkah with the Torahs, flags, and lulavim. Be amazed as we unroll an entire Torah around the sanctuary. It’s a fun evening for all ages.

If your child was born in October and will be at services, please call the office.

Brotherhood of Men & Women

October 7 – 8:30 a.m.
On Sunday, October 7 (no religious school on trip day) you are invited to join us on the Brotherhood of Men and Women trip to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. A professional guide will lead our visit to the Statute of Liberty and Ellis Island. Rabbi Immerman will be joining us! See the Ellis Island flyer for details. Only 4 seats remain. Reserve your space today by emailing brotherhood@nullcmihamden.org or by sending in a registration form at the bottom of the flyer with a check. For remaining seats, CMI members may register friends at non-member rates.

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