Thursday, January 16th

1:00pm - Mah Jongg
4:45pm - Community Kitchen

Friday, January 17th at 7:00 pm -Traditional Shabbat Service

A straightforward Friday night service including all the psalms and
standard prayers. Most of the prayers are in Hebrew, but the Dvar Torah
(sermon) and other comments are in English. Knowledgeable congregants
offer to be “guides” sitting next to and assisting those with less
Hebrew language facility or less familiarity with the prayers.

This service will be co-led by Marni Silverstein and Judy Rubin.

The oneg following services will be hosted by Jerry and Deborah Kaufman
in memory of Edwin Kaufman, z"l.

Saturday, January 18th at 7:30pm - Ashuelot Concerts: Song Recital - My Beloved Friend

Once again, CAA hosts a program to celebrate the beauty of nighttime
including works by works by Schubert, Mahler & Debussy.

Jazimina MacNeil - Mezzo Soprano
Nicholas Burns - Piano

Tickets: $30, $25 seniors, $18 CAA members, $10 students, Children FREE 

Sunday, January 19th - No Religious School

Thursday, January 23rd at 1:00pm- Mah Jongg

If you think Mah-Jongg is just for little old ladies, think again. A new
generation of enthusiasts is spearheading the revival of this enjoyable
tile game. Playing Mah Jongg is fun, social, and a good brain work-out.

CAA member and Mah Jongg instructor extraordinaire, Nancy Stone has a
Mah Jongg group that meets at CAA on Thursdays at 1:00pm.

There's an open invitation to join the group or just come to see what
it's all about! Beginners are welcome!

Friday, January 24th at 7:00pm- Short Shabbat Service

Once a month we go for brevity in a service that is accessible to
beginners yet still full of tradition. Prayers are often “sampled”
rather than sung through, and there is more English language singing and
reading than in our other services. Services finish within an hour and
there is more time to schmooze afterwards at the oneg.

Sunday, January 26th

9:30am - Religious School
12:15pm - Parasha of the Week

Monday, January 27th at 7:00 pm, Marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day with the Cohen Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Keene State

Tom White marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day by discussing the
comparison of systematic racism in the United States and Germany on
January 27th at 7:00pm at the Norma Walker Hall, Alumni Center at KSC.

This event is free and open to the public.

Thursday, January 30th at 1:00pm- Mah Jongg

If you think Mah-Jongg is just for little old ladies, think again. A new
generation of enthusiasts is spearheading the revival of this enjoyable
tile game. Playing Mah Jongg is fun, social, and a good brain work-out.

CAA member and Mah Jongg instructor extraordinaire, Nancy Stone has a
Mah Jongg group that meets at CAA on Thursdays at 1:00pm.

There's an open invitation to join the group or just come to see what
it's all about! Beginners are welcome!

Friday, January 31st at 7:00 pm -Shir Shabbat Service

This song-filled service is led by our musical director, Dr. Elaine
(Lainee) Broad Ginsberg. Music by Jeff Klepper and other composers of the
Reform Movement is featured, along with Lainee’s flowing piano
accompaniment. Some prayers are shortened or skipped to make time for more
singing.