Bring in Sukkot with decorative art and a musical jam around the bonfire at CBI! Bring your own instruments and a vegetarian dish to share among friends. Please RSVP online if your family plans on attending. Funding to help support CBI’s family education programs been provided by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.
Join us for morning services on September 30, when we will celebrate both Shabbat and the festival of Sukkot. Morning services will include the praise-songs of Hallel, as well as a special Torah reading and learning opportunity geared toward the holiday. All are welcome to join us onsite, but you must RSVP via our website […]
Be part of a musical jam in the Sukkah with keyboard, guitars, drums, and voices! Bring your instruments and a veggie dish to share among friends. Located at a private home in North Bennington, VT. For more information and to RSVP, please contact [email protected]. Funding to help support CBI’s family education programs been provided by […]
Stay connected with CBI friends and neighbors, or meet new ones, as we gather together around the Zoom table to celebrate the Jewish traditions of Shabbat, light the candles, and […]
Please join us in person and over Zoom for our annual Shemini Atzeret service. We'll share the prayers of the morning service, including the praise-songs of Hallel. We'll also offer the Yizkor memorial prayers that we recite in memory of our dead four times a year (on Pesach, Shavuot, Yom Kippur, and Shemini Atzeret).
Join us in CBI's sanctuary for a joyful evening of band music and dancing for all ages! Joe Alpar and his band will play a variety of Jewish and Middle Eastern songs along with Rabbis Rachel Barenblat, Jarah Greenfield, and Lee Moore. Join us in celebration of the start of the annual Torah reading cycle. […]
Join us on Friday night as we light candles and welcome Shabbat with prayer and song. Let go of the week, breathe in the "extra soul" that Shabbat brings, and let poetry and melody begin to replenish heart and soul.
Elizabeth Graver’s novel Kantika ("song" in Ladino) was inspired by the life story of her maternal grandmother Rebecca Cohen, daughter of the Sephardic elite of early twentieth-century Istanbul, whose shapeshifting journey […]
Join us on Shabbat morning as we celebrate Shabbat with prayer, song, and poetry. We'll hear some words of Torah (and some words about Torah) as we bask in Shabbat's sweetness. Our spiritual tools include traditional liturgy, contemporary poetry, chant, and song… as well as the spectacular views from our sanctuary, which connect us with […]