The Women of CBI is dedicated to the perpetuation of traditional Judaism and understanding of our heritage through education, and the development of a Jewish pattern of life through home observance and holiday celebrations. Women of CBI welcomes all with open arms and loving heart.
Women of CBI programs include educational forums, an annual Sukkot dinner, Rosh Chodesh Programs, Book Club, Women of CBI Sabbath, family outreach, and more. We offer opportunities for personal growth, Jewish involvement, cultural enrichment and educational pursuits. Our members establish lasting relationships; share in life cycle events, network for social and business contacts, and respond to the needs of our members and the community.
Women of CBI operates the Phyllis J. Diamond Judaica Gift Shop. It also sponsors fund raising efforts such as rummage sales and other events that subsidize the religious school and various educational programs; provide aid to the sick, elderly and disabled; and, meet the needs of teens, college students, singles and recent immigrants.
Keynote Speaker: Rabbi Joan Friedman
Associate Professor of History & Religion, College of Wooster
Rabbi Aura Ahuvia
President of the Board, ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal
Rav Lisa Stella
Director of Religious Life and Education, Hillel, University of Michigan
Guest Presenter: Sharon Kripke
The cost for this day is $18, which includes a box lunch delivered to your home. Watch your email and the May CBI Bulletin for more details. Please RSVP to Miriam Beckerman at email@example.com by Friday, May 14, 2021.
Sharon Stein, Carol Richman and Cathy Sperling
Miriam Beckerman, Sharon Stein, Judy Weinberg, Nancy Goldberg, and Cathy Sperling