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TRADITION OF GIVING

Thank you to all who were able to contribute to this year’s Tradition of Giving campaign. Well before our January 31 end date, we have exceeded our goal of raising $110,000!

 


 

Please join us for a celebratory luncheon in your honor!

Unfortunately, the date of this luncheon has been postponed, stay tuned to your CST Connect emails for the new date.

 

 

 

You can still donate to Tradition of Giving!

 

Donation to Tradition of Giving Campaign

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While we welcome any size donation to the Tradition of Giving Campaign, we hope you’ll consider a gift at one of these levels:

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Why do members support Shomrei Torah through our Tradition of Giving?
We asked around and here’s what we learned:

• I like that Shomrei Torah is open, welcoming, and enlightened.
• To engage my kids in Judaism.
• The synagogue kept us connected, even through the fires and the pandemic.
• I enjoy the monthly Tisch speakers.
• It welcomes families from all backgrounds.
• I love feeling part of a Jewish community.
• CST takes action for social justice and tikkun o’lam.
• There’s such a range of events and classes.
• I feel included just as I am.
• I love to sing in the choir!
• I’m glad we support those who are going through difficult times.

What will your Tradition of Giving contribution support in 2022?
Here’s a taste of what’s on the Shomrei Torah menu next year:
• Music!
• Meditation sessions on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday mornings
• Reopening celebrations and info on getting involved
• Learning to practice the ancient Jewish spiritual tradition of Mussar
• Women’s movie discussions and dinners out
• KIDdish for little ones, STaRS for kids, Kehillah for teens
• Lively and engaging Torah discussions and adult ed
• Reading and talking with the Jewish Literary Circle
• Shabbat and holiday celebrations
• Schmoozing with the Bagel Club at monthly Sunday get-togethers
• Volunteer days for adults and for families

Annual membership pledges cover less than 60% of the cost to operate our synagogue. The rest must come from other sources. Your generous support will allow us to continue to provide the religious, cultural, educational, and community-building programs that constitute the life of our synagogue. Every contribution is appreciated, and every dollar is directly invested back into our community. 

Sun, January 16 2022 14 Sh'vat 5782