The Gift Shop at Congregation Beth Torah is Ready for Hanukkah!
We hope you all have a wonderful Hanukkah Holiday. The Gift Shop is a one stop shop for all your holiday needs. We have gifts for all ages and all price points. New items arrive every day including: Gelt, Dreidels, Menorah, and all sorts of fun jewelry. We are ready for all your last minute shopping needs.
Ideas for the Eight Nights of Hanukkah:
1) Have a goal to light candles every night as a family
2) Have an evening with friends
3) Participate in a family mitzvah project
4) Talk about your Hanukkah family traditions
5) Try a new recipe
6) Eat Latkes
7) Join the CBT community on Friday Night Worship
8) Share the “holiday joy” with everyone you meet
As the days are growing shorter, we need more candles to light the dark. What if we tried to light the dark through identifying a social justice project? A donation of the “gift” of time or money over the next 12 months would bring light and begin the work of repairing our world. The Gift Shop at Congregation Beth Torah is one way to support the community. Watch for another chance to repair the world through The Gift Shop’s January Social Justice Project.
Planning on ordering a Mah Jongg card for 2016? It is time to order a new Mah Jongg card for 2016. The Gift Shop at Congregation Beth Torah will be selling Mah Jongg Cards with Marlene Kahn as our coordinator. If you wish to order a Mah Jongg Card for 2016, we hope you will contact Marlene Kahn at 305-322-5998 or The Gift Shop at Congregation Beth Torah at (913) 498-2212.
Happy Hanukkah to Everyone!
The Gift Shop at Congregation Beth Torah
Kelly and all our volunteers
Winter hours are:
Sunday 9:00 to 12:30 p.m. (during religious school),
Monday 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.,
Wednesday and Friday 10:00 a.m. to noon.
The gift shop is in need of volunteers to work in the gift shop. Working in the gift shop is easy and is one way to give back to our community. If you have a couple of hours each month, please give the gift shop a try.
Call Kelly Kaplan at (913) 498-1474 to learn more about the volunteer needs.