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…
Join us on Friday, December 11th for our festive Chanukah celebration featuring dinner beginning at 6:00pm followed by our communal Menorah lighting and Shabbat service at 7:00pm.
Dinner is $8 per person, with a maximum of $30 per family. To register for the dinner, go to the FamilyID web site at www.familyid.com/congregation-b-nai-torah/2015-hanukkah-dinner by December 4th. You may also send a check to the temple by the same deadline, but be sure to write "Chanukah dinner" on the memo line. No money will be collected on Shabbat.
The dinner will include:
If you can't make the dinner, please join us for the service and oneg. Remember to bring your own Menorah along with candles for the communal lighting.
Graciously sponsored by the CBT Sisterhood. If you have any questions or would like to help, contact the Sisterhood at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us on Sunday, December 6th at 10:00am for "A Taste of Jewish Genealogy" with Judy Izenberg.
Researching your Jewish ancestry can be a complex endeavor. You may be able to find something in an instant on the internet, or you can search for years to find one piece of information and suddenly, voila! It takes persistence, patience, networking, research knowledge and, of course, the proverbial LUCK.
Judy will share her experiences of researching her family for 10 years, showing you the types of information she found, how she found it, and what she's still seeking.
This program is free and open to all!
Sponsored by the CBT Adult Learning Committee
Many thanks to CBT's Grade 7 student Perry Rodgers, along with his parents Danyel and Chris, for leading our Religious and High School students in a terrific project.
Over the course of two nights, our Religious and High School students made soft and beautiful fleece blankets in a variety of colors and sizes for children of all ages at Children's Hospital of Boston.
These blankets were delivered by the Rodgers family to Children's Hospital on Sunday, November 22nd where they were received with great enthusiasm and appreciation.
As we move toward winter, these blankets will be a warm reminder to those children battling illness that CBT's Religious School students are sending warm wishes for strength and recovery!
Rabbi Lisa Eiduson was formally installed as CBT's Rabbi at a Service of Welcome on November 20th, 2015.
Over 150 CBT members and guests attended this celebratory event which featured words of praise and congratulations from Rabbi Eiduson's mentors, Rabbi Ronne Friedman, Senior Rabbi at Temple Israel of Boston, and Rabbi Bernard Mehlman, Senior Scholar at Temple Israel of Boston.
Cantor Jacqueline Breines performed an exquisitely beautiful adaptation of Hineinu to close the service. Rabbi Eiduson was also presented by the congregation with a beautiful Yad to commemorate the occasion.
Chuck Woodard and Susan Iuliano represented the Sudbury Board of Selectmen and Mr. Woodard's remarks of welcome to Rabbi Eiduson were well received and greatly appreciated.
Rabbi Eiduson was joined on the Bimah by her husband Rabbi Joseph Eiduson, Rabbi/Educator at Congregation B'nai Shalom in Westborough, along with her daughters Rosie and Carly. Members from Temple Beth Avodah in Newton, where Rabbi Eiduson previously worked as Rabbi/Educator, also came to offer their congratulations and best wishes.
The 2015 Norman and Bobbie Pollack Leadership Award was presented during Yom Kippur services to four deserving members of the Congregation B'nai Torah community.
Congratulations, from left to right, to Randee Fuhrman, Elissa Nystedt, Meryl Kaye, and Phyllis Kaufman. We are so grateful for your leadership in so many aspects of temple life.
The 2015 Louisa Munzer Humanitarian Award was presented during Yom Kippur services to a deserving member of the Congregation B'nai Torah community.
Congratulations to Mark Seliber. We are so grateful for the many ways you inspire and educate not only the young, but the young at heart.
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.
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