Connect • Imagine • Belong
A warm, engaging, spiritual home where tradition meets inspiration
Come learn with Rabbi Jennie Chabon and retired philosophy Professor Michael Anker!
Topics include: Do Ethics Need God? The Ethical Dimensions of Food Production, Is Teshuvah Possible? Rethinking Mass Incarceration
Course Dates: Thursdays: 2/13, 2/20, 2/27, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19, 7-8:30pm
Members and Guests Welcome. $40 for the entire series. Click HERE for more information.
Homecoming Shir Joy Shabbat
Friday, February 21st, 2020
Sip & Mingle Reception, 6:45pm
Shir Joy Shabbat Service, 7:30pm
Our Homecoming Shir Joy Shabbat is a special opportunity for our beloved members of all time, current and past, to come home and celebrate with our B’nai Tikvah community.
The evening will also feature a special celebration of Art & Irene Korn for their extraordinary dedication to CBT and our gift shop. Generously Sponsored by Jared & Trish Goldin
Rabbi Jennie Chabon and our recent Bat Mitzvah Rona Sorokin
sing If It Be Your Will by Leonard Cohen on Kol Nidre 5780.
At Congregation B’nai Tikvah, music guides and uplifts our prayer and brings us together in a place of peace. So turn up the volume and enjoy some music from our Cantor here or, better yet, come and enjoy it with us…
“Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”
— Berthold Auerbach
Prayer is a deeply personal journey, so come learn about our services to see if they might facilitate yours. Our services are modern, spiritual, and musical, and welcoming for the entire family.
B’nai Tikvah is a mission-driven organization and our community is actively involved in the fight for social justice. Learn about our causes and how you can get involved.
Sure, we teach Hebrew and learn about our history and holidays but Education at CBT is about much more than “school” : it’s a community.
Meet the people who make CBT what it is, learn about our mission, and how we spend our time.