Another Way to CBI
CBI isn't confined to a building, it's wherever (and however) we come together to connect, meet, share and learn. Sometimes that's at 229 Murdock Ave. or Shabbatluck in someone's home and other times it's from the comfort of your couch in your jammies. Welcome to the CBI Virtual Community, a place to come together when we can't actually get together.
From online meetings and classes to virtual programs and services, when you can't be with the your CBI family, we'll come to you...wherever you are. Pick an online event, class or program and click on the link when it's time to join. It's that simple.
Kabbalat Shabbat On-line: Fridays 6:00 pm
Beginning Friday, March 27, we will begin holding Kabbalat Shabbat services via Zoom. A rotation of folks will lead the service, including Josefa, who will lead Family Shabbat on the second Friday of each month. As long as at least 10 adults log in, we’ll be able to say Kaddish, so please consider attending, even if you’re not a Friday night regular.
Friday Noon Study Group: Every Friday, Noon - 1pm
Now in it's 18th year, the Friday Noon Study Group brings together folks from a broad spectrum to discuss classic and contemporary texts from a modern Jewish perspective.
Coffee and Kibbitz: Monday-Friday, 9:00-9:45am
Join other CBI members for an informal "drop in" with Executive Director, Rochell Reich. Share a morning cup of coffee and a smile with whomever is online.
Torah on Tap: Last Sunday of the month 4:00 - 5:30pm
Pull up a chair, pour yourself a cold one and dive into the topic of the month. Jewish identity, political upheaval, social challenges - we look at the world from a personal perspective then discuss it from Jewish lens. Hosted by Alan Silverman.
Torah Study with Justin: Saturdays, 1pm
Welcome to Justin's virtual beit Midrash. Each Saturday while services are on hiatus, Justin will lead an on-line discussion of the week’s Torah portion. No experience necessary.
Virtual Brunch B'Yachad: Fridays 10:00 - 11:00am
This joint JCC/CBI program offers a little facilitated socializing followed by a discussion through the Jewish lens of a relevant topic or current event. Check it out!
Virtual Minyan: Weekdays 8am & 6:45pm, Sun. 10am, 6:45pm
CBI has partnered with Beth El Synagogue, a traditional, conservative-based shul located in W St. Louis Park, MN. The folks at Beth El, who have have recently started streaming services online, have invited us to join them for their weekday and Sunday minyanim.