Rabbi Kelly Levy’s Installation
Nov 29 – Dec 1
Special guest: Rabbi Mary Zamore, Executive Director, Women’s Rabbinic Network
Thu 7:30pm Rabbi Zamore speaks at the JCC
Fri 7:30pm Erev Shabbat with Rabbi Levy’s installation
Sat 9:00am Torah Study with Rabbi Zamore
Sat 6:00pm “Tacos & Tequila” Celebration
SAVE THE DATE
Jan 18-20, 2018
A Weekend of Jewish Learning and Action in Celebration of MLK Weekend
Topic: Racial Justice
At CBI, we are…
CBI Shabbat services are full of joyful singing.
On Simchat Torah, we dance, we sing, and we celebrate starting the cycle anew.
Purim brings out our wilder side: We drown out Haman’s name with enough noise to raise the roof and our Purim Spiel puts the ancient story in a modern, musical context. And we may get just a bit silly.
CBI’s annual gala features great food, music, dancing, and more.
Our members come from all walks of life: We are professors and electricians, teachers and dentists, full time moms and part time attorneys.
Everyone is welcome at CBI. We are proud of our long time support for the LGBTQ community. And proud that some of our members’ families can be traced back to the crypto-Jews accompanying the early Spanish explorers of Mexico and Texas.
CBI treasures our Jews-by-Choice for the richness they bring to our congregation and to the Jewish people.
CBI offers programs for our very youngest members, our senior members, and everyone in-between.
Our religious school provides specially trained staff for students with special needs.
Our prayer books provide transliterations for those who do not read Hebrew so everyone can participate.
We welcome interfaith families and encourage them to fully participate.
Always @ CBI
Our community is actively involved with coordinating the efforts of the congregation’s activities, fulfilling the mitzvah of tikkun olam, repairing the world.
Combined social, educational, religious and social action programs to create opportunities for the synagogue’s children to create lasting friendships.
Congregation Beth Israel installed solar panels on the roof of the Shirley Barish Learning Center as part of our ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship. We were also the first organization to go through the PACE process which gave us an affordable way to improve our facility’s energy efficiency. And our grounds have been recognized as an Urban Wildlife Habitat from the National Wildlife Foundation.