Congregation B'nai Torah is a caring, inclusive Reform community that embraces Jews by birth, Jews by choice, interfaith couples and…
Shalom! Thank you for your interest in Congregation B’nai Torah. Nearly 200 member units (families, couples, singles, younger, older, interfaith)…
At Congregation B’nai Torah, we recognize that the decision to join a temple is not easy. In order to reduce…
Throughout history, Jews have remained firmly rooted in Jewish tradition, even as we learned much from our encounters with other…
We are very excited to welcome Rabbi Lisa Eiduson as our new pulpit Rabbi beginning July 1, 2015. A resident of Sudbury, Rabbi Eiduson comes to us from Temple Beth Avodah in Newton where she served as Rabbi/Educator for the past 12 years.
Rabbi Eiduson believes that the synagogue should be a warm and welcoming place for all who wish to enter. Her rabbinic philosophy is built on the foundation that simply gathering Jewish knowledge is not enough. Rather, we are called to find joy and meaning in participating in the life of the synagogue.
Rabbi Eiduson believes in the benefits of collaborative leadership which she will bring to all dimensions of Congregation B'nai Torah. She will guide worship and ritual, provide leadership and innovative programming within the Hebrew School and adult learning, give spiritual guidance in times of need, work with lay leadership to help grow our thriving community, and create meaningful connections with members of our CBT family.
We invite prospective members to meet Rabbi Eiduson at any of our summer Erev Shabbat services which begin at 7:30 pm on 7/10, 7/24, 8/7 and 8/28.
You can read more about Rabbi Eiduson in the Sudbury Town Crier at http://sudbury.wickedlocal.com/article/20150625/NEWS/150628380.
Rabbi Eiduson can be reached at email@example.com.
Please join us this summer at one or more of four special Erev Shabbat services and prospective member open houses on July 10th, July 24th, August 7th and August 28th. All of these services begin at 7:30 pm will be led by our new rabbi - Rabbi Lisa Eiduson - and Cantor Jacqui Breines.
This will be a great opportunity for prospective members to learn about our warm, welcoming Reform congregation. Representatives of the temple leadership and membership committee will be available to show you our synagogue, tell you about our community, and answer your questions.
Prospective members are invited to arrive beginning at 7:00 pm and are encouraged to stay for the service and enjoy our tasty oneg Shabbat that follows.
For more information about our synagogue, please contact the temple office at 978.443.2082 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest in Congregation B'nai Torah! We invite you to explore our web site for information on many of our programs and services. However, we find the best way to learn about our community is to speak with our Rabbi or Cantor, attend a Shabbat service, or join us at a prospective member open house.
CBT is a warm, welcoming, Reform community where you will receive personal attention and can easily become involved in temple life.
A fixture in Sudbury since 1974, we pride ourselves on providing a temple community where our members feel spiritually inspired and socially connected to one another. We offer an outstanding one-day-a-week Hebrew School, a personalized B'nai Mitzvah program, exceptional adult education classes, meaningful social action projects, participatory High Holy Day services, and a unique 'Try Us Out' program for all new members.
For more information about our temple community, e-mail us at email@example.com, attend an open house, or call the temple office at 978.443.2082.
We look forward to having the opportunity to meet you.
At Congregation B’nai Torah, we recognize that the decision to join a temple is not easy. In order to reduce the financial stress of such a decision, CBT is proud to offer a unique 'Try Us Out' program for new members. Under this special program, all new members can join CBT at a significantly reduced cost in the first year.
First year members who participate in the “Try Us Out” program are encouraged to become involved in all temple activities and take advantage of the numerous programs and services CBT offers. The 'Try Us Out' program has been a tremendous success as virtually all first year members who participate in the “Try Us Out” program have made CBT their permanent spiritual home.
We encourage you to give us a try and take advantage of this special program. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CBT's Musical Erev Shabbat services have been wildly successful!
Now entering their third year, Cantor Jacqueline Breines will again be presenting a series of Musical Erev Shabbat services, with the service consisting entirely of both stirring and uplifting music from beginning to end. The congregation is provided with lyrics to all melodies, and the entire kahal (community) becomes an instantaneous choir. If you have yet to join in this transformative prayer experience, you are missing out!
The coming year's dates will be announced soon. Please join us as the entire community lifts its collective voice in song!
All Musical Erev Shabbat services are streamed live over the internet on the Congregation B'nai Torah web site, and are subsequently available on demand at: www.sundaystreams.com/go/cbtwebcast1.
CBT's 2015 Purim celebration was another rousing success! Thanks to the CBT Brotherhood along with numerous adult and teenage volunteers for organizing a host of games, crafts, activities, and prizes to entertain and engage our youngest members. Purim 2015 was a celebration that will not soon be forgotten. A great time was had by all.
The CBT Brotherhood cooked turkeys to help provide Christmas dinner to over 350 elderly residents in their homes. Pictured are Brotherhood member Harry Woodell and Nikki Theereien, Volunteer Coordinator for Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly. (Photo by Sheldon Golder)
On Sunday, October 26, 2014, a dozen CBT members and guests traveled to the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, MA.
The world’s first Yiddish museum, the Yiddish Book Center was founded to rescue Yiddish books—in the process, also rescuing a literature and culture that had been in danger of disappearing.
Everyone enjoyed the guided tour, as well as recounting stories and memories that the many exhibits invoked.
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