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We welcome Interfaith Families

Learn how interfaith families have found a spiritual home right here in our congregation.

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Shower for Shelters

Help victims of domestic violence.

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Play Softball With Us

Join our team!

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Join Our Ritual Commitee

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Matzoh Balls Con Salsa

A Cultural History Of Jews South Of The Border
A multi-session Me'ah Select course

March 7 thru May 30

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Photo Gallery

Explore life at Congregation B'nai Torah by browsing our photo collection.

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Religious School

Shabbat Yeladim Photos

View photos from recent Shabbat Yeladim services, led by Religious School students from the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades.

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School Calendar

 

All Grades Calendar
Grades K & 1 Calendar
Grade 2 Calendar
Grade 3 Calendar
Grade 4 Calendar
Grade 5 Calendar
Grade 6 Calendar
Grade 7 Calendar
Grade 8 Calendar

Shabbat Kehillah

National Refugee Shabbat

Friday, October 19 at 7:00 pm

On Friday, October 19th, we will be participating with over 100 congregations across the nation in “National Refugee Shabbat,” sponsored by HIAS, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. We’ve decided to join this nation-wide event to give voice to our values as American Jews who stand up for the safety and  lives of people around the world.

Share Your Story

We are looking for volunteers from our own families to participate in a storytelling portion of the service. We would love to have you share a narrative about a refugee or immigration experience from your family during this very meaningful Shabbat service.  If interested in sharing a story from your family, please contact Diane Judem at [email protected] or (508) 788-0393. Your story will provide a poignant addition to this very special evening.

Inspirational Music

Listen to Jodi and Adam’s recent recording of “Sanctuary”, one of the inspiring songs you will hear at this service.

   Listen to "Sanctuary"

Unite with Other Congregations

National Refugee Shabbat 2018 is a moment for our congregation to join others around the country in creating a Shabbat experience dedicated to refugees. This will be an opportunity for our CBT family to deepen our understanding of today’s global refugee crisis, connect with the Jewish movement for refugees, commit (or recommit) to taking action, and launch new efforts in aiding refugees. This special service will include storytelling, music, and speakers.