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Torah Dedication Carnival

Sunday, December 2, 2018 24 Kislev 5779

4:00 PM - 9:00 PMCBT

Sunday Afternoon, December 2

 

@ CBT's New Home

6529 E. Shea Blvd

Scottsdale, AZ 85254

 

Join us for music, singing, dancing, food and fun!
 

 

LOOK WHO's Coming to CBT 

for our Torah Dedication & Chanukah Carnival

Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein

Chief Rabbi of South Africa

Chief Rabbi Goldstein was appointed as the Chief Rabbi of South Africa in 2005, at the age of thirty-two. Chief Rabbi Goldstein, who has a PhD in human rights and constitutional law, is a beloved figure in South Africa. A prolific author, commentator and vocal defender of Israel, Rabbi Goldstein has enviable reserves of energy, launching trailblazing programs such as The Global Shabbat Project, Sinai Indaba, an annual Torah convention of the foremost international Jewish leaders and thinkers, and Generation Sinai, a highly successful parent-child learning initiative. His ingenuity, persistence and tireless efforts have resulted in thousands of Jews around the world becoming more engaged in their Judaism. Chief Rabbi Goldstein was recently named as one of the Top 50 most influential Jews in the world. 

 

All Welcome!

Sunday Afternoon, December 2

3:45 pm - Welcome
4 pm - Torah Dedication-Minchah
5:20 pm - Chanukah Candle lighting 
5:30 pm - Hebrew School Performance
5:45 pm - Chief Rabbi Speech &
Carnival begins with grand bbq dinner.

 

@ CBT's New Home

6529 E. Shea Blvd

Scottsdale, AZ 85254



Featuring:

The Dedication of a new Torah generously donated by Joel & Maureen Benoliel, 

Live Music & Dancing, 

Special address by Chief Rabbi of South Africa,

A Fun-filled Chanukah Family Carnival, 

A Delicious BBQ,

A Grand Menorah Lighting,

“Limudim Hebrew School Chanukah Performance”,

and a program filled with many surprises for adults & children alike.

 

$10/member
$20/non member 

Includes carnival, snacks, face painting, live music, games and prizes.

BBQ Dinner sold separately at event.

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