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Congregation B'nai Torah is a caring, inclusive Reform community that embraces Jews by birth, Jews by choice, interfaith couples and families, and the LGBT community. We celebrate our diverse forms…
Thank you for your interest in Congregation B’nai Torah! Nearly 200 families make up our incredible community of warm, caring and enjoyable people. We take pride in our educational and…
Guided by the inspiring spiritual leadership of Rabbi Lisa Eiduson, Congregation B'nai Torah is a warm and welcoming Reform temple community that prides itself on progressive Jewish learning, engaging social justice opportunities, and moving and participatory worship services throughout the year.
Congregation B'nai Torah is known for its diversity, intimacy, and openness to all those who choose to explore and practice Judaism. Regardless of background or stage of life, members genuinely enjoy being part of this vibrant and engaging temple community.
CBT offers an innovative one-day-a-week K-7 Religious School, reknowned b'nai mitzvah services, a flexible and creative grade 8-12 post-b'nai mitzvah program, meaningful adult learning and interfaith outreach offerings, and enjoyable social opportunities for members of all ages.
For more information, please call the temple office at 978.443.2082 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
High Holy Day registration is now open. Click on the "Register Now" button below to register all family members and guests.
Registration is required for all who wish to attend and will be used to issue tickets for both adult and children's services.
Please register by Thursday, September 22 at 3:00 pm to ensure that you receive your tickets in time.
By completing the form, you will be able to:
For questions or more information, contact temple administrator Robin Berman at 978.443.2082 or email@example.com.
Congregation B'nai Torah will be hosting an open house on Friday evening September 23rd at 7:00 pm to give prospective members an opportunity to learn about our warm, welcoming temple community.
Prospective members are invited to attend our moving and participatory community Shabbat service (Shabbat Kehillah) which is full of music and joy.
The service will be immediately followed by our tasty oneg shabbat where you will have the opportunity to meet Rabbi Eiduson and Cantorial Soloist David Smerling, learn about our vibrant Religious School, discover our many offerings for both adults and children, and "schmooze" with members of our temple community.
For more information, please contact the temple office at 978.443.2082 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is Superman Jewish? Is Spock? How can you tell?
Join us on Sunday morning September 25th at 10:00 am for this lively Adult Learning program with author Tilia Klebenov Jacobs as we explore the Jewish DNA of famous characters in popular culture.
Tilia is a graduate of Oberlin College and Harvard Divinity School. She is the author of "Wrong Place, Wrong Time" and "Second Helpings at the Serve You Right Cafe". Her non-fiction works have appeared in the anthologies "The Chalk Circle" and "Phoenix Rising" as well as in "The Jewish Magazine". Her works of fiction have been published by The Flash Fiction Press. Tilia lives near Boston with her husband, two children, and two standard poodles.
Discussion and book-signing will follow Tilia's presentation. Refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact CBT's Adult Learning Committee at email@example.com
CBT's innovative one-day-a-week K-7 Religious School helps children build a solid foundation of values and beliefs that will guide them throughout their lives.
Classes are taught by an experienced staff of engaging, interesting, intelligent teachers who offer the best of themselves each and every day. Class sizes are typically no more than 8-10 students to ensure that each child receives the individual attention and support that he or she needs.
The temple's flexible and creative grade 8-12 post-B'nai Mitzvah program provide CBT's teens with the opportunity to learn about and discuss interesting topics related to Judaism and life with our rabbinical staff in fun and engaging ways. As students progress through the program, they have the opportunity to travel with Rabbi Eiduson on unique learning trips to New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, DC and Israel.
For more information about our educational programs, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just a few days prior to Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), on May 1, 2016, a group of fourteen CBT 7th and 8th grade students took a day-long excursion to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC.
Together with their CBT Holocaust teacher, Anne Crystal, guest Jewish youth educator Ariel Glantz, and Rabbi Lisa Eiduson, the group boarded an early morning flight to our nation's capital, spent several hours touring the Museum, explored the National Mall, and returned to Boston that same evening.
The students had been well-prepared for the experience - both intellectually and socially. Many of the students commented that their day at the Museum, while difficult, helped to make their studies come to life in a way that enabled them to maximize their experience at the Museum.
While the weather that day was cold and rainy, none of the students seemed to mind in the least. At the end of their four hour experience in the Museum, the students were grateful to have learned together and to have witnessed a part of Jewish history as young adults.
Congregation B'nai Torah, in partnership with Congregation B'nai Shalom of Westborough and World Passage Tours, is proud to offer a once in a lifetime opportunity. World Passage is one of the most trusted and experienced operators of mission trips to Cuba in the Jewish community. Rabbi Eiduson is delighted to be partnering with them along with Rabbi Rachel Gurevitz and members of the B'nai Shalom community.
Our 8 day trip to Cuba (January 9-16, 2017) will enable us to meet with and learn about Jewish communities in Havana and Cienfuegos, delivering some resources and funds to help meet their needs. We will have experiences offered to few travelers to this tropical island nation. And you will be helping the Jewish Community of Cuba.
Our trip will also provide you with a full experience of Cuba! It has been said that you experience Cuba with all of your senses. Cuban culture's vibrancy and vitality is alive. Cuba is old and it feels as though time has stopped. But it is full of life from the aroma of cooking food, to the rhythm in the way people move, to the sound of music in the air.
Due to the increasing popularity of these trips, we will be looking for commitments by the end of August in the form of a non-refundable deposit.
For more information about this special opportunity, please contact email@example.com.
Over 30 CBT members, together with Rabbi Lisa Eiduson and her husband Rabbi Joe Eiduson, enjoyed wonderful food and company at the recent potluck dinner graciously organized and sponsored by CBT's Connections adult social group.
Many thanks to potluck dinner coordinator Nancy Donchin and hosts Rachel and Mark Seliber for making the evening so special.
Stay tuned for the date and location of the next Connections dinner.
For more information about Connections, contact Nancy Donchin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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