We welcome Jewish and non-Jewish family members!
Our goal is to welcome you in an atmosphere of inclusiveness and human connection to our extended family.
All of our worship services are open to members of all faiths and we welcome you to join us anytime. Participation in the service is personal, we encourage you to do what is most comfortable for you. If you have questions or are unfamiliar with our rituals we are happy to assist you in any way you might need.
Life Cycle Events
We welcome all CBI families to mark lifecycle events such as baby namings, b’nai mitzvah, and occasions of bereavement with the community. Individuals not of the Jewish faith can participate in these ceremonies in various ways. Rabbi Spitz is available to discuss options for participation.
Everyone is welcome to attend our abundant and varied programs and classes. We offer a full array of learning including an Introduction to Judaism course. We also welcome the opportunity to help provide your children with a Jewish education, from preschool at our Child Development Center through Religious School (K-12.)
We host Sunday coffee discussions with interfaith families and those who are their social supports. Everyone is welcome to attend, to hear from Rabbi Spitz and other presenters, share their experiences and learn from others. Check the calendar for upcoming coffee hours. To see if this is your “cup of coffee”, view this post from our January 2017 event.
Keruv (to come closer), spearheaded by the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (a constituent arm of the Conservative Movement), was formed to meet the needs of interfaith couples and families. Click to here to find out more about interfaith inclusion.
Let Us Get to Know You!
We would love to meet you and to learn more about your family. Please visit us at any time.