Congregation B’nai Israel offers Jewish cultural, educational, and social programming geared towards adults. With both single and multi-session opportunities, programs provide something for everyone. We welcome both members and non-members and classes are not only affordable but fun and educational!

Women’s Torah Commentary:

Together, we explore the weekly Torah portion from the perspective of some of the world’s best women commentators while adding our own voices and perspectives into the discussion. Connect and share with a wonderful group of intelligent women and learn how these texts relate to our own personal spiritual journeys.
Each session is stimulating and will challenge you to look at Torah with a new lens, all while laughing, crying, and forming spiritual bonds.
Join a community within a community!

Every Other Tuesday 10-11:15AM
*First class is 10/29/19

To learn about the Women’s Torah Commentary or to register please contact Natalie Matus or call at  561.922.8974.

Adult B’nai Mitzvah Program:

It’s never too late to “become” a bar/bat mitzvah!
This is a year program of studying Hebrew and Judaics that will culminate in an adult b’nai mitzvah service. No Hebrew experience is needed.

Select Mondays 5-6:30PM
*First class is 10/28/19

To learn about the Adult B’nai Mitzvah Program or to register please contact Natalie Matus or call at  561.922.8974.

How To’s For Jews:

Join Rabbi Keller on a Jewish exploration! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to find some answers (and more questions) on themes related to everything. No Cost for members & $36.00/Community Guests

Thursday, February 27, 2020
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

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To learn about the How To’s For Jews Program or to register please contact Rabbi Keller .

Delving Into Prayer:

The Adult B’nai Mitzvah class has asked to continue their learning at the same time next year. They have chosen this topic. The class will also be open to other congregants who have also asked for this class topic.

We recite these words every week, but what do they mean? In this series course, we will delve into the Shabbat prayers, exploring the meaning, the Hebrew language, the choreography and their many melodies. **All Hebrew levels are welcome!**
This is a great course for those who want to feel more confident in their prayer comprehension and connection.

Select Mondays 7-8PM
*First class is 10/28/19

To learn about the Delving Into Prayer Program or to register please contact Natalie Matus or call at  561.922.8974.

Alzheimer’s Association Community Workshops:

Explore how communication takes place when someone you love has Alzheimer’s with this 2 part workshop.

March 5, 2020 at 2:00 PM and March 26, 2020 at 2:00 PM

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The Morality of Euthanasia:

CBI Member, Dr. Leonard Berkowitz will be discussing a critical ethical issue of today, the topic of Euthanasia & physician-assisted suicide.

April 13, 2020 at 2:00 PM in the Joel S. Nadel Board Room

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