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Hurricane Harvey Updates for CBS & GMS

Please view the CBS leadership statement on Harvey here. We will update as more information becomes available.

CBS List of Harvey Resources

Jewish Family Services' Flood Resources Information Page

Donate Now to Support Harvey Recovery Efforts

CBS Form for Those Impacted by Harvey

CBS Volunteer Form to Help Those Impacted by Harvey

For live streaming of prayer services, click here

Education Updates

Click here to view our education updates for the week of September 13, 2017! 

High Holidays

This year, we are relaxing our dress code for the High Holy Days. Members come in without a ticket. 

Guests are invited to come with a suggested donation of $136 – also without a ticket. We’ll take their contact information for security purposes. 

High Holy Days Worship Schedule -Click the link to view dates and times.

High Holy Days Youth Programming and Services Schedule -Click the link to view dates and times. Child care for infants to age 3 is being offered during all services.

Tree of Life -Fill out this form and bring a physical copy to the office.

Memorial Plaque -A plaque is a beautiful way to remember a deceased loved one.

Guest Registration -If you are bringing a guest, suggested donation is $136.

Bimah Flowers -Order your Bimah flowers through Chaverware.

Lulav & Etrog -Fill out your Lulav & Etrog through Chaverware. Then, fill out this form and forward to Cherye Ann. For those who have been severely impacted by Harvey, Bnei Akiva is offering Lulav & Etrog for free. Fill out the form here.

Volunteer to spruce up our Shul for the High Holy Days- To obtain a schedule with the assignments and available hours, contact Michael Zlotnick at [email protected] or Peter Baskin at [email protected]. All are welcomed.


Rabbi's Blog

See below for Rabbi Teller's sermons from Yom Kippur.

President's Blog

Shabbat shalom. I am Stephan Rubin, and I am still your President.

I appear before you tonight to share with you my thoughts and feelings about our shul and its future; and, at the conclusion of my talk, to present the announcements that will help guide you as we join together to pray this weekend and hereafter.


According to the Simon Wiesenthal Center, UNESCO, whose mandate is to protect the world’s cultural and historic sites, just caved to anti-Jewish fanaticism. In a recent vote, its Executive Board ignored historic Jewish links to Judaism’s holiest site, the Temple Mount, and has recast the Western Wall (Kotel), as the Islamic Al-Buraq Plaza.


Israel Bonds