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Religious School

Religious School registration is now open for the 2019-2020 school year.

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In the Spotlight

We welcome Interfaith Families

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

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Cheer for Our Brotherhood Softball Team

Fans are welcome and encouraged to attend!

Softball Schedule


Love To Read?

CBT's Book Club members share their list of favorite Jewish-themed books.

BOOKS

Why We Joined

"The open and caring environment, the relaxed feel of Friday services, and weekday-only Hebrew School were the best fit for our busy family. It’s a diverse and inclusive congregation, with many interfaith families — something that is very important to us."

- The Illiano Family

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Shabbat On The Beach

Get ready for summer!
Join us for our unique "Shabbat on the Beach" services. The first service will be on Friday, July 12th.

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Photo Gallery

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

SEE OUR PHOTO GALLERY

Bar and Bat Mitzvah

Bar and Bat Mitzvah is an exciting step along the path of one’s Jewish education. Since the Middle Ages, this unique Jewish life-cycle event represents a transitional moment between childhood and young adulthood. Bar Mitzvah (for a boy) and Bat Mitzvah (for a girl) takes place when a student is at least 13 years old and has completed the religious school and congregational requirements necessary to be called to the Torah for the first time. While B’nai Mitzvah (plural) are celebrated on the Bima and are important life-cycle events for the entire family, traditionally, they are a rite of passage to middle and high school Jewish learning. Our B’nai Mitzvah celebrations are filled with joy are personalized for each student. It is both an academic achievement and a communal privilege to become Bar or Bat Mitzvah at Congregation B’nai Torah. B’nai Mitzvah students not only reach impressive milestones in their Jewish and Hebrew learning, but also take steps to improve the world through a mitzvah project (community service project) of their choosing.