Join us for Mitzvah Day April 29th!

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Sunday, April 29, 2017

Make a difference, build community,
and have a blast!

SIGN UP FOR A MITZVAH DAY PROJECT

Join us for Mitzvah Day, an annual event at CBI that honors the spirit of both tikkum olam and tzedakah. We guarantee you will: work on a project that tangibly helps others; meet and connect with other members of CBI; and get the opportunity to be seen in the ever-stylish and very recognizable CBI bright blue Mitzvah shirt. We’ll all meet at the Temple at 9:00 AM for a delicious breakfast prepared by our Sisterhood chefs, followed by a brief social justice program. We will then head off to our projects, either at the synagogue or off site. This is a congregation-wide event. It is also a religious school day with parent participation – no drop offs please. Though teachers will be assigned to various projects, we encourage you to sign up for the project(s) that works best for you and your family.

Mitzvah Quiz

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE QUIZ!

More info on Mitzvah Day HERE

Upcoming Events

Tot Shabbat

Saturday, May 5, 9:00 AM
Pollin Chapel

Tot Shabbat is our Saturday morning special service for our littlest congregants and the grownups who love them. Join our clergy and Kim Schneiderman for music, storytelling, crafts and a delicious Oneg.

CBI Book Group

Sunday, May 6, 9:00 AM
Shirley and Herbert Semler Board Room

Join the CBI Book Club for our final meeting before the summer break, when we discuss The Nest, by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney. We also plan to select our books for the coming year, so bring your list of recommendations and ideas!

CBI’s 160th Annual Meeting, Services and Celebration of Jen Feldman

Friday, May 11

Please join for our short annual meeting in Pollin Chapel at 5:00 PM, to be followed by our celebration of Shabbat in the Main Sanctuary at 6:00 PM and an Oneg in Goodman Hall directly following services.

Jen Feldman Celebration

Please also join us as we thank and honor Jen Feldman, our Director of Development, for her extraordinary contributions to the life of our congregation during our Kabbalat Shabbat service and at the festive oneg.

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From committees to book groups, from events for those over 50 to those under 40, there are many ways to get involved at CBI and become acquainted with other congregants. Explore our website, call our office at 503-222-1069, or just show up to a service or event. Here at CBI, you will find a warm and inviting atmosphere in which to expand and explore your Jewish life.

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Hineinu

Hineinu, our ongoing commitment to strengthen our community and recognize the kedusha (sanctity) of one another, provides opportunities and experiences that will bring us closer to one another. Working together, both inside and outside the dome, we create ways for our congregants to find connections, create relationships, and nurture and support one another and build community. At CBI we are saying, “Hineinu, We are here, here together!”

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Congregation Beth Israel’s group
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