scholar in residence -- rabbi richard address

Our Long And Winding Road: Jewish texts and tradition as guides to positive and sacred aging
Saturday, December 16, 2017, 10:00am
We will examine some key Torah texts as they form a foundation for the third stage of our life. How can these texts inform us and support us as we navigate this most challenging and potentially creative stage of life? Can they serve as a pathway to support us as we deal with expected loss and changes in relationships? CJC will be providing a Kiddush Luncheon. Please RSVP to Robin, 410-730-6044, by December 15 so we can adequately plan. For more information please call 410-730-6044.

tree of life "time and talent" pledge
As we journey together to build the sacred community that is Columbia Jewish Congregation, we welcome the gifts of your time and talents. Please click here for more ideas about how you can help and to pledge your volunteer commitment!

cjc welcomes cantor benjamin kintisch
Columbia Jewish Congregation welcomes Cantor Ben Kintish. Cantor Kintisch has a background in both Jewish music (as a cantor and working with Jewish camps and educational programs) and as a music teacher in Brooklyn schools. He is looking forward to nurturing the culture of singing at CJC along with creating community and elevating spirituality. Outside of his role of Cantor, he is an avid cyclist and gardener. He, his wife Elana and daughter Dalia are excited to be moving to the area where they already have a number of friends and family. For more information call 410-730-6044.

cjc adopts voluntary dues structure
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